Graduate student in the Schreiber Lab, focused on chemistry, therapeutics, and crisp prose
Chris is a graduate student in the department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology at Harvard University. He first discovered his interests in mentoring and tutoring while pursuing his B.A. in Chemistry at Amherst College. He is currently a member of Stuart Schreiber’s laboratory in the Center for the Science of Therapeutics (CSofT) at the Broad Institute, which uses organic chemistry to address challenges in human biology and disease. At Harvard, Chris has been awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and has written a Round 3 Broadnext10 grant proposal that was successfully funded. Outside of lab, he can be found running along the Charles River, writing blog posts for Harvard’s Science in the News, or cheering for the New England Patriots.