Alexandra Greb Receives the 2018 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Education

Alexandra Greb
UC Davis 2018 University Honors Program Graduate Alexandra Greb wins Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research

University Honors Program graduate Alexandra Greb 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Class of '18

Alexandra Greb was recently awarded for her distinct research at UC Davis. She explored the effects of hallucinogenic drugs on neuron structure and function. She was a recipient of the 2018 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research. Greb also received a Provost’s Undergraduate Fellowship.

Greb presented at various conferences, including the Undergraduate Research Conference at UC Davis, the Chemistry Department’s Miller Symposium, and the Larock Undergraduate Research Conference. Additionally, she published her findings alongside her research team, with advisor David Olson, from the chemistry department. Greb is currently a medical scribe at Stanford Health Care— Valley Care.


“Research was something I was always interested in when I came to UC Davis, and I wanted something challenging. I never imagined how far it would take me.”


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