A career in medicine seemed like the obvious choice for Aimee Sanford. Her dream was to be a part of influencing and safeguarding public health. Then, the diagnoses came. First, she and her brother were both diagnosed with autoimmune diseases in the same year. Then, her mother and father were both diagnosed with cancer within…Continue readingFrom Soapberries to RE-SELEX
Bill Wuest, a chemistry professor at Emory University, says the hot job market in pharmaceutical chemistry contrasts with a dearth of jobs in academia. And even some of those who have jobs in academia are making a move. Read more.Continue readingBill Wuest discusses biotech job market in C&EN
Bowman Group alumn John Mancini is profiled in the popular “Vows” column in the New York Times.Continue readingBowman Group alum featured in NYT “Vows”
Jen Heemstra shares her advice on choosing a graduate adviser in her regular C&EN column, Office Hours.Continue readingJen Heemstra on choosing a graduate adviser in C&EN
We are excited to welcome our entering graduate cohort of 25!Continue readingWelcome to our new graduate cohort!
Teaching an interdisciplinary course offers an opportunity for a graduate scholar to reflect on how science can have an impact outside the lab. Continue readingWhat it means to be a teacher
The Royal Society of Chemistry has recognized #BlackInChem for the creation of a platform to amplify Black voices, celebrate Black excellence in chemistry, and build a global community of Black chemists and their allies.Continue reading#BlackInChem receives 2021 RSC Prize
The journey from Iraq to Georgia was something Emory alum Abdallah Al-Obaidi (’20C) downplayed at Emory.
Now the Department of Chemistry grad is sharing his story with as part of #WorldRefugeeDay – before heading to Tufts Medical School.Continue readingChemistry grad Abdallah Al-Obaidi shares his journey from Iraq to Jordan to Georgia
Jen Heemstra shares advice on defining career wins to celebrate success in C&EN.Continue readingJen Heemstra on defining career wins
Katherine M. Davis has been named a 2021 Beckman Young Investigator for her research using X-rays to shine light on the synergy between metalloenzyme structure and electronics.Continue readingKate Davis named 2021 Beckman Young Investigator