Aaron successfully defended his thesis and received his PhD on October 25, 2013.
Aaron Hobbs, under the direction of , successfully defended his thesis and received his Ph.D. on October 25, 2013! The title of his thesis is “Regulation of Ras and Rho GTPases by Post-Translational Modification: Cysteine Oxidation and Ubiquitination“.
Members of Aarons’s family who attended included: His parents, Richard and Jil Proctor, his girlfriend Heather Gough, his father Chris Gough, and his brother, Josh Gough.
Aaron will continue working in the Campbell lab and continue a collaboration with Coferon, a small startup based out of New York. After he will pursue either a position in a startup as well.or consider post-doctoral research.
We wish Aaron the best in all her future endeavors — Congratulations!