Three seniors in the Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Dept were named Rising Researchers by Research Next at UMass Amherst. Bianca Edozie works in the Ross lab to explore various behavioral aspects of microtubules. Nicholas Fragola is a member of the Tyson lab, where he works on finding a cheap, simple, and accurate way to measure arsenic levels. Taylor Guertin studies the role of Bone Morphogenetic Protein (BMP) signaling in liver development in the Tremblay lab. All of the Rising Researchers will be honored for their achievements at a Chancellor's reception in April.