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Past Hellman Fellows (2008–2009)

Kimberly J. Durniak

Ph.D., Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Yale University; B.A. and B.S., University of Pittsburgh. As a member of the laboratory of Thomas A. Steitz at Yale, Durniak studied the process by which RNA is synthesized during gene expression. She was also a McDougal Fellow in the Yale Graduate Career Services Office and worked as a liaison to the New York Academy of Sciences to provide career workshops for fellow graduate students.

Academy projects: Science in the Liberal Arts Curriculum; Reconsidering the Rules of Space; Scientists’ Understanding of the Public; The Global Nuclear Future

Dorit Zuk

Ph.D., Molecular Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science; B.Sc., Tel-Aviv University

Academy projects: Advancing Research in Science and Engineering (ARISE I); The Global Nuclear Future; Scientists’ Understanding of the Public

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