From First Mass Spec Proof to ETD, Hunt's Going Strong | GenomeWeb

From his days in graduate school, it’s unlikely anyone could have predicted the path that Don Hunt’s career would take. After majoring in organic chemistry for his undergraduate degree, Hunt headed to Stanford — and flunked out. He wound up in a biochemistry class during a critical time in understanding genetic code, Hunt recalls, and the professors “threw away the textbook.” Instead, “four Nobel laureates just lectured to us,” he says.

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