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AAAS Fellow Biography

Kate Stoll

Dr. Kate Stoll
AAAS Fellow
Directorate for Education & Human Resources
Division of Graduate Education
Class of 2012

Kate Stoll, PhD, is an AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow in the Division of Graduate Education where she works with the IGERT, GK-12, and GRFP programs. Kate received her PhD in biochemistry from the University of Washington in Seattle where she studied mechanisms of ubiquitination in breast cancer. During her post-doctoral fellowship, she investigated cellular responses to low oxygen and sulfide in the model organism, C. elegans. While at UW, Kate was an active leader in the graduate student organization, Forum On Science Ethics & Policy through which she organized campus seminars and public forums about the intersection of science and society. She is a co-founder of the new AAAS pilot program Emerging Leaders In Science & Society. She received her bachelor's degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Reed College in Portland, Oregon.

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