Meghan Osato is currently a fourth year undergraduate at University of California, Irvine working towards a double major in B.S. in Biological Sciences and B.S. in Computer Science. She began research in the Mobley Lab in the summer of 2017. Her undergraduate research has been on using molecular dynamics (MD) simulations and an enhanced sampling method currently being developed called BLUES to predict small molecule binding modes to soluble epoxide hydrolase, a known target for cardiovascular diseases. Meghan will be graduating June 2020 and is considering pursuing graduate studies.