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Evan Savelson

Evan grew up in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. He attended Capital University as a psychology major but switched to biochemistry after enjoying general and organic chemistry classes. Through his time at Capital, he worked as a teaching assistant in general, nursing, and organic chemistry and found a love for organic synthesis. Evan graduated from Capital University in 2020 with a bachelor's degree in biochemistry. In his free time Evan likes to watch TV and play video games.

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May 23, 2022 Very grateful for the NIH's continued support of our work and the funding of our new grant!

Thank you Taylor, Sophie and Allison of all your hard work in helping me put this together and for the data needed to get his funded!

May 22, 2022 Congrats to Rahman Saleem, who was awarded the Vice Chancellors Award for Teaching Excellence at LUMS!

Rahman was selected as one of the five faculty members from Pakistan's leading research intensive university, LUMS, to receive this award. Rahman is currently an Associate Professor at LUMS after getting his PhD from the Tepe lab at MSU in 2011.

Congrats from all of us!

April 19, 2022 Congrats Evert and Allison on your new publication in Biomedicine! Great work.

 Biomedicines 2022, 10, 938. https://doi.org/10.3390/biomedicines10050938

Title: Small molecule 20S proteasome enhancer regulates MYC protein stability and exhibits antitumor activity in multiple myeloma.

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