At A Glance

Name: Catherine Fenselau

Position: Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at University of Maryland, since 1990; President of US branch of Human Proteome Organization since April 2004

Education: Postdoc University of California and the NASA Space Science Laboratory at Berkeley under Melvin Calvin and AL Burlingame; PhD, Stanford University under Carl Djerassi; AB Bryn Mawr College

 

How did you get into proteomics? Were you working on proteomics as a graduate student at Stanford?

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