Congratulations to Joseph W. Fowble, who successfully defended his Ph.D. work “Localization of the Human Malaria Parasite’s Dihydrofolate Reductase-Thymidylate Synthase and Examining Its Role in Proguanil and Atovaquone Drug Synergy” on June 5, 2014. Joe was a student in Pradip Rathod’s laboratory, working on several different projects during his time there. Joe obtained a BS in Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin in 2002, developed biochemistry skills in a Medicinal Chemistry lab at The Ohio State University until 2004, and worked with a start-up to establish anticancer drug screening prior to starting his Ph.D. at UW. He is looking forward to a short vacation before embarking on new scientific problems
Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED), an undergraduate premedical honor society at the University of Washington, has awarded Scott Rayermann the AED Teaching Excellence Award. Each year, AED seeks to recognize one professor and one teaching assistant who have made exceptional efforts in teaching. Mr. Rayermann was nominated and selected by student members of AED for his dedication and commitment to teaching their students.
Congratulations to Michael F. Roberto, who successfully defended his Ph.D. work “Translation of a Chemical Reaction from Batch to Continuous Flow via Process Analytical Technology and Chemometrics” on May 30, 2014. Michael was a student in Brian Marquardt’s laboratory at the Applied Physics Laboratory for the last five years. Michael obtained a BS in Chemistry from the University of Michigan in 2009. In July, Michael will start work at Infometrix Inc., in Bothell, WA. Michael looks forward to his upcoming career and is excited to continue to live in the Seattle area.