Alan Aderem

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Interview Details

Interview no.: Oral History 0782
No. of pages: 120
Minutes: 480

Interview Sessions

Robert Kohler, Naomi Morrissette and Hilary Domush
8 June 1990, 8 and 9 April 2009
The Rockefeller University, New York, New York and Institute for Systems Biology, Seattle, Washington

Abstract of Interview

About the Interviewer

Hilary Domush

Hilary Domush was a Program Associate in the Center for Oral History at CHF from 2007–2015. Previously, she earned a BS in chemistry from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine in 2003.  She then completed an MS in chemistry and an MA in history of science both from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Her graduate work in the history of science focused on early nineteenth-century chemistry in the city of Edinburgh, while her work in the chemistry was in a total synthesis laboratory.  At CHF, she worked on projects such as the Pew Biomedical Scholars, Women in Chemistry, Atmospheric Science, and Catalysis.

Robert Kohler
Naomi Morrissette