“Biology and chemistry not only enhance my understanding of elemental diversity, but they also explain the phenomena with empirical evidence, like a glimpse into a whole different realm,” she says. “What excites me as a researcher is how the investigative process benefits my professional and personal growth.”
Nemah-Allah has conducted research projects in x-ray crystallography, electrical conduction of single crystals, and electron transfer in nanostructures. A Goldwater Scholarship recipient, she works primarily with Chemistry’s Daniel Jones and Michael Walter.
"It is really rewarding to see Nemah-Allah's success," Jones says. "She already has proven herself as an outstanding researcher. She is building a solid foundation in the areas of structural and molecular biology, and has grown into a confident and self-assured scholar who is eager to continue to expand her knowledge."