Biology & Biomedical Sciences

October 20, 2015

Rewriting the fairy tale of science

Nobel Prize-winner Marty Chalfie explains how science is really done through the story of one of the most important breakthroughs in modern biology: green fluorescent protein, GFP.

Natecia Williams

Ph.D. in Biology & Biomedical Sciences - Neurosciences
Degree Conferred: 2013

Current Institution: Emory University
Position: Post-doctoral Fellow, Ophthalmology

Hometown: Gary, Indiana

Kelly Diggs-Andrews

Ph.D. in Biology & Biomedical Sciences - Molecular Cell Biology
Degree Conferred: 2010

Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana
Current Institution: Washington University in St. Louis
Position: Postdoctoral Research, Gutmann Research Laboratory, Neruofibromatosis Center

Karmella Haynes

Ph.D. in Biology & Biomedical Sciences - Molecular Genetics
Degree Conferred: 2006

Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri
Current Institution: Arizona State University
Position: Assistant Professor

N'Goundo Magassa

Ph.D. in Biology & Biomedical Sciences - Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis
Degree Conferred: 2010

Hometown: New York, New York
Position: Technology Transfer Trainee; Washington University in St. Louis

Tenira Townsend

A.M. in Biology & Biomedical Sciences
Degree Conferred: 2015

Hometown: Detroit, Michigan
Position: Scientist, Sigma-Aldrich

B.S.: Oakland University

Andrea Missias

PhD in Biology & Biomedical Sciences (Neurosciences)
Cohort Year: 1989

Andrea Lui

Master of Arts in Biology and Biomedical Sciences
Cohort Year: 2008
Degree Conferred: 2012

Tenira Townsend

A.M. in Biology & Biomedical Sciences
Degree Conferred: 2015

Hometown: Detroit, Michigan
Position: Scientist, Sigma-Aldrich

B.S.: Oakland University

N'Goundo Magassa

Ph.D. in Biology & Biomedical Sciences - Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis
Degree Conferred: 2010

Hometown: New York, New York
Position: Technology Transfer Trainee; Washington University in St. Louis

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