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Past Hellman Fellows (2009–2010)

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. She began her Hellman fellowship in 2008.

Academy projects: Science in the Liberal Arts Curriculum; Reconsidering the Rules of Space; Scientists’ Understanding of the Public; The Global Nuclear Future; Advancing Research in Science and Engineering (ARISE II): The Role of Academia, Industry, and Government in the 21st Century

John C. W. Randell

Ph.D., Virology, Harvard University; B.S. and B.A., University of Iowa. Randell trained as a biochemist and molecular biologist at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where his research focused on the connection between DNA replication and the cell division cycle. He was previously a visiting assistant professor at Kathmandu University Medical School in Nepal.

Academy projects: The Alternative Energy Future; Protecting the Internet as a Public Commons

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