Life After Linfield
Faculty Positions and Research Positions of Linfield Graduates
Here are web pages or recent work of some Linfield graduates, showing the careers they have chosen and what they are up to.
Julia Back, Fulbright Scholar: studying for MS degree in Biology at Deakin University, Australia
Dr. Daniel O'Leary, Chemistry Department, Pomona College
Dr. Jeff Baguley, Assistant Professor, Biology, University of Nevada, Reno
Dr. Nate Miller, Postdoctoral researcher at Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies
Julia Back, BA 2007 Fulbright Scholar in Australia
Julia is studying Fur seal ecology, physiology, and conservation for a Master's degree at Deakin University, Australia
Dr. Jennifer Smith, Paleoclimatologist, University of South Florida
Dr. Jerilynn Peck, former EPA STAR Research Fellow. Currently Research Scientist, School of Forest Resources, Pennsylvania State University
- See the next link
Dr. Jerilynn Peck, Web site for Moss Ecology
Amy Szumlanski, Graduate Student University of Michigan
Dr. John Frazee, Neurosurgeon at UCLA
Dr. Julia Oxford, Developmental Biologist at Boise State University
Dr. Kirsten Lampi, Biochemist in Neuroscience Graduate Program at Oregon Health and Sciences University
Dr. Luke Jasenosky, post-doctoral fellow at Harvard University (CBR Institute).
Dr. Luke Jasenosky, research paper on ebola virus surface protein.
Dr. Matthew Hooge, post-doctoral fellow, University of Maine
Dr. Matthew Weaver, Post-doctoral researcher, Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason Hospital, Seattle Washington.
http://www.benaroyaresearch.org/our-research/laboratories/principal-scientists/sage-laboratory see the next links
Dr. Matthew Weaver. Publication. Download pdf of recent paper.
Dr. Matthew Weaver. Publication. Weaver MS, Sage EH, and Yan Q. Absence of SPARC in lens epithelial cells results in altered adhesion and extracellular matrix production in vitro. J. Cell Biochem. 2005.
Dr. Matthew Weaver. Publication. Yan Q, Weaver M, Perdue N and Sage EH. Matricellular Protein SPARC is Translocated to the Nuclei of Immortalized Murine Lens Epithelial Cells. J. Cell. Physiol. 203:286-294, 2005.
Dr. Ron F. Peck, Assistant Professor, Lawrence University
Dr. Scott Knight, Biology Department, University of Richmond
Dr. Thomas Lippmann, Oceanographer, Ohio State University
Dr. Kimberly Baker-Deadmond, Post-doctoral fellow, University of Texas Health Sciences Center, Tyler
http://catfiles.linfield.edu/People/Faculty/mrobert/Public/neuenschwander.pdf- Publication on effect of heparin on blood clotting factor IXa
Dr. Kimberly Baker: microarray DNA probes for action of cytokines on smooth muscle cells, as published by the National Center for Biotechnology Information
Dr. Kimberly Baker: review paper on synthesis of immune cells; written when she was a graduate student, University of Nevada
Dr. Rebecca (Price) Colman, recently completed PhD at Northern Arizona University. Paper on use of repeat sequences for identification of E. coli O157:H7.
Seth Oliveria, MD, PhD - neurosurgery resident at University of Florida
Dr. Seth Oliveria - Recent paper on regulation of L-type Ca channels
Akil Dharamsi, External Alliances, Global Pharmaceutical Sciences at Merck
Kate Stadeli, medical student at UC San Diego. Review article on drug resistance to antiviral HIV drugs
Complete List of Graduate and Professional School Acceptances
The list below indicates institutions to which graduates have been admitted in the past 10 years. Several have received "outstanding student" awards in their professional programs and/or were ranked at the top of their class, and many are in positions of leadership in the scientific/medical community. In recent years 70% of the students who applied to medical school were accepted. About 60% of Biology Department graduates go on to graduate programs (such as MD, PhD, DVM, DDS). Linfield graduates are now on the faculty of such institutions as: Oregon Health Sciences University, Bowdoin College, Lawrence College, Ohio State University, and Harvard University.
Health Professions Programs
University of Arizona
Albany Medical College