JoAnne Stubbe

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JoAnne Stubbe is an American chemist. She is the Novartis Professor of Chemistry & Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Career[edit]

Stubbe received a B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania. She received Ph. D. degree in Organic Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley. After graduation she became a Postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Stubbe moved to Williams College in 1972 as an assistant professor in the Chemistry Department. In 1977 she became an assistant professor in the Pharmacology Department at Yale University. In 1980 she moved to the University of Wisconsin, serving as assistant professor in the Biochemistry Department.

In 1987 Stubbe became a professor in the MIT Chemistry Department.

Achievements and honors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biochemist JoAnne Stubbe wins National Medal of Science - MIT News Office
  2. ^ Franklin Institute Laureate Page for JoAnne Stubbe
  3. ^ "Nakanishi Prize", Chemical & Engineering News, 9 February 2009: 41–42 
  4. ^ Daniel G. Nocera, quoted in C&EN/9 Feb. 2009, p. 42
  5. ^ Welch Award Listing of Recipients