At A Glance

Name: Catherine Fenselau

Position: Professor of biochemistry, University of Maryland, since 1987.

Background: Professor of pharmacology, Johns Hopkins University Medical School, 1967-87.

Research fellow in extraterrestrial geochemistry with Melvin Calvin, NASA laboratory at University of California, Berkeley, 1966-67.

Post-doc in mass spectrometry with Alma Burlingame, University of California, Berkeley, 1965-66.

PhD in chemistry, Stanford University, with Carl Djerassi, 1965.

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