Pei-Hsuan Chu, a member of Klaus Hahn's lab, successfully defended her thesis and received her Ph.D. October 24, 2013. The title of her thesis is "Dissecting the role of kinase isoforms using new tools for activation and inactivation of kinases in vivo." Our congratulations to Pei-Hsuan!
Pei-Hsuan's husband, Howard, and her son, Zachary, attended the party afterward.
Pei-Hsuan and her family have just moved to D.C. as she has a new position as a postdoc at NIH in the laboratory of Dr. David Gerhold (at NCATS). We wish Pei-Hsuan all the best in her future endeavors.
Photo above: Pei-Hsuan with husband, Howard, and son, Zachary.
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