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Caren Freel Meyers'94
Caren received her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Michigan Tech in 1994. She continued her education at the University of Rochester, earning a master’s degree in 1996 and PhD in 1999 in Organic Chemistry. From 1999 until 2001, Caren held a teaching/research postdoctoral position in Medicinal and Organic Chemistry under the direction of G. Marc Loudon and Richard Borch. From 2002–2005 she was a . . .
Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry, Wayne State University - distinguished career in corporate America - retired vice president and chairman of executive committee of Indium Corporation of America - nine patents.
M.S. (1962) and Ph.D. (1963) in Chemistry, University of Illinois - professor of cell biology, University of New Mexico - director, University of New Mexico Center for Non-Invasive Diagnosis - deputy director, University of New Mexico Cancer Center - distinguished academic career from Stanford, Penn State, Los Alamos to University of New Mexico.
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