Tim Bumpus was awarded the 2018 Gordon Hammes Scholar Award. This award, which is sponsored jointly by Biochemistry and the ACS Division of Biological Chemistry from the American Chemical Society, seeks to recognize those at the bench – graduate students, postdocs, and undergraduates – for the outstanding work they do. Tim was selected as this year’s winner in part based on his recent first-author paper, “Ex Uno Plura: Differential Labeling of Phospholipid Biosynthetic Pathways with a Single Bioorthogonal Alcohol”, published earlier this year as part of the Future of Biochemistry Special Issue. Congratulations Tim!
Emma Hamilton is living in Washington, DC and, after interning, is now working as a full-time staffer for an Indiana Congresswoman. She hopes to work on legislative issues related to the Opioid Epidemic and National Defense.
Claire Hamilton has been named as a 2018 Founders Scholar at Indiana University. She is spending time in Kenya this summer on a mission trip with Oasis for Orphans, a Christian organization.
Kelly Prussack is working as an intern for the consulting firm of Booz Allen Hamilton in Washington, DC.