Michael Rodio | February 25, 2015
To say that Dr. Amanda Hummon is busy these days—even by Notre Dame standards of busy—would be an understatement. She insists otherwise, of course.
But consider this: In addition to teaching classes to Notre Dameundergraduates, Hummon is guiding no less than four major research projects this academic year on varying aspects of cancer research.
And even if her workload seems herculean, it’s a product of her own success. Hummon, the Charles L. Huisking Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Notre Dame and a researcher at the Harper Cancer Research Institute, was recognized this summer with two prestigious grants for scientific research: the Early Career Award from the National Science Foundation, and a Research Project Grant (RO1) Award from the National Institutes of Health.
Read more at Harper Cancer Research Institute.