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Guadalupe Hayes-Mota named one of the Most Inspiring People in the Life Science Industry by PharmaVOICE

Mota (SB '08) is currently Director of Global Supply Chain and Manufacturing at Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical.

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Deborah Zamble (1971 – 2020)

Zamble (PhD '99) passed away on July 6, 2020, following an unexpected brain hemorrhage.

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Student Sustainability Journeys: Gabriela Cazares

Gabriela Cazares (SB '20) came to MIT from Mission, Texas, where she was already thinking about the impact she could have on the planet.

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Charles E. Kolb, Jr. (1945-2020)

Kolb (SB '67) passed away on January 5, 2020, after a short illness.

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Robert Michael Williams (1953-2020)

Dr. Williams (PhD '79) passed away on May 13, 2020, after a two-year battle with prostate cancer.

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Third annual Science Slam becomes first virtual Research Slam

Nine biology alumni had just three minutes and one slide to awe the audience and judges.

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Drug Discovery Career Culminates in Quest for New TB Treatments

Chemistry Alum Nader Fotouhi PhD ’88 was featured in the March/April version of MIT News Magazine.

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Richard Liu (PhD ’19) wins young organometallic scientist award

Richard Liu has been named one of Ereztech's young organometallic scientist winners.

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David Haines Freeman (1931-2019)

Dr. David Freeman (PhD '57) passed away on October 28, 2019

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Loren Andreas named one of C&EN’s Talented 12 Class of 2019

Andreas (PhD '14), a "NMR ace advancing methods for analyzing proteins", is an alumnus of Professor Robert Guy Griffin's research group.

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Chemistry Alum Martin Hayes completes Pan-Mass Challenge

Hayes (PhD '04) rode the rigorous two day bike-a-thon in honor of his friend and lab mate, the late Chris Davie (PhD '05).

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Mentorship and scholarship keep summer biology research program strong

Support from Squire Booker PhD ’94 and the Bernard S. and Sophie G. Gould Fund helps MSRP-bio students excel.

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American Chemical Society names Chemistry Alumnus Joe Merola as Fellow

A former member of the Seyferth Group, Merola received his PhD from MIT in 1978.

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