Kate Carroll

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Kate Carroll a pioneer, who received a B.A. in Chemistry, from Mills College in 1996 and her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Stanford University in 2003. Carroll, using her strong background in chemistry and biology worked on protein cysteine oxidation as a new paradigm for the regulation of cell signaling pathways. Carroll Using her findings on post-translational modification and how proteins after synthesis affect their function has won her the Pfizer Award in Enzyme Chemistry.[1] This award is given to an individual under 40 who has outstanding work in this subject area. This award stimulates fundamental research in enzyme chemistry.


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