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Richard Milius received his BS in chemistry from Marquette University and a PhD in organic chemistry from Northeastern University. His postdoctoral work at Harvard Medical School focused on the synthesis of radiolabeled drugs for use in radiation therapy and nuclear medicine.
Natalia Blank earned her PhD in organometallic/organic chemistry from Dartmouth College, where she completed the dissertation Pd-Catalyzed Asymmetric Phosphination. Scope and Mechanism of the Enantioselective Synthesis of P-stereogenic Phosphines.
Seth H. Frisbie has over 35 years of experience in drinking water and public health. He started his career as a licensed plumbing apprentice in 1977. He earned his BS from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1986, his MS from Cornell University in 1989, and his PhD from Cornell University in 1992.
Sarah Gibbons completed her B.S. in biochemistry at the University of Maryland, College Park, and her Ph.D. in chemistry from Dartmouth College. She joined the Norwich University Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in fall 2017 as an adjunct instructor and began her position as a lecturer in fall 2019.
Ethan Guth holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Vermont College of Medicine and a B.S. from Goucher College. He joined the Norwich faculty in 2011, where he teaches Introduction to General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Biochemistry I and II.
Mary Hoppe earned her BA in chemistry at the College of St. Teresa in Winona, Minnesota. She did her graduate work in inorganic/organometallic chemistry at the University of Michigan. She then returned to Minnesota to accept a faculty position at the University of Minnesota—Morris campus.
Michael B. McGinnis joined the faculty of the College of Science and Mathematics at Norwich University in 2013, where he serves as dean of the College of Science and Mathematics and professor of chemistry and biochemistry.
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