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Aaron successfully defended his thesis and received his PhD on October 25, 2013.

Richard and Jil Proctor (parents)

Aaron Hobbs, under the direction of Dr. Sharon Campbell, 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.

Aaron Hobbs and Heather Gough

We wish Aaron the best in all her future endeavors — Congratulations!