Professor of Translational Medicine and of
As a chemical engineer, I’ve worked on a lot of projects that seem totally different on the surface
I study the biochemistry of an organelle called the lysosome. It’s sort of like the “garbage disposal”...
I’m a biopolymer engineer, which means I tinker with molecules that are the building materials of life.
I didn’t always know I wanted to be a chemical engineer.
Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering
My job is to help people to understand how common polymeric materials, like plastics and silly putty,...
MS ’81, PhD ’85
My course Environmental Regulation and Policy is all about how scientific research is incorporated into...
I’m the only person in my family who isn’t a professional musician.
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