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Past Hellman Fellows (2010–2011)

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. As a Hellman Fellow, Randell worked on the Alternative Energy Future project and two Academy studies on the future of the Internet. He began his Hellman Fellowship in 2009 and is now a Program Officer for Science Policy at the Academy.

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

Kelly M. Stewart

Ph.D., Biochemistry, University of Toronto; B.S., Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University. During her graduate studies, Stewart conducted chemical biology research in the laboratory of Shana O. Kelley, which focused on the design and synthesis of a novel class of organelle-specific drug delivery vectors. She was awarded a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Training Fellowship in Radiation Research while in Toronto and was appointed as the liaison for the transdisciplinary trainees in this program. Prior to that, Stewart was a Post-Baccalaureate Cancer Research Training Fellow at the National Cancer Institute.

Academy projects: Advancing Research in Science and Engineering (ARISE II): The Role of Academia, Industry, and Government in the 21st Century

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