Prior to serving on the Eboard, Hunter McFall-Boegeman served three years as the COGS representative for the Department of Chemistry, where he’s a PhD candidate. His research interests include carbohydrate synthesis, glycobiology, and immunology as they relate to cancer immunotherapies. His dissertation involves engineering the bacteriophage Qβ to display tumor associated carbohydrate antigens (TACAs) and Cytotoxic T cell epitopes as part of a therapeutic and preventative anti-cancer vaccine. For his work, he was named a 2018 Aitch Foundation Graduate Fellow. He earned his B.A. in Biochemistry from the University of Minnesota-Morris. There he played on both the football and track and field teams while serving as a Community Advisor for the Office of Residential Life. Outside of his own research he enjoys teaching, sports, and exploring other fields outside of his research.