Dr. Bonnie Hall
Title: Assist Prof of Chem & Dir of Fac Adv
Office: Elings Hall 118
- B.S. Biotechnology
- B.S. Professional Chemistry
- Ph.D. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Start Date at Grand View
Areas of Expertise
- Outstanding Academic Advising Award (2018)
- Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award (2017)
My research studies how the structure of proteins drives their function. Junior and senior students work with me on a variety of projects, including studying how to better break down plastics, the function of glucocorticoid and androgen receptors in the development of cancer, and identifying functions for proteins with a solved structure but no known function. I also lead a group of freshman and sophomore students designing three-dimensional models that provide hands-on tools for explaining interesting scientific discoveries (this year the students have chosen to focus on how bacterial infections persist via toxin/antitoxin systems). A highlight every year for these students is student presenting at a variety of scientific meetings, including the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology national meeting.
Questions & Answers
|What makes Grand View unique among other universities?
|The diversity of Grand View's students, and the commitment of the faculty and staff to seeing those students succeed.
|What is your favorite part about working at Grand View?