Jorge Lamboy

Staff Development Scientist
Beckman Coulter

B.S. Chemistry

Ph.D. Chemistry

Career Path: 

I conducted academic research for 12 years in a journey that took me from discovering and characterizing marine natural products (B.S.), to dissecting protein binding interactions (Ph.D.), to studying protein structure and dynamics (post-doctorate). I then moved into Clinical Chemistry, where I currently develop chemical assays for the quantification of analytes in human patient specimens. These assays are useful in clinical settings to aid health professionals in treating patients.

Career Experience: 
Academic research in Chemistry, Biochemistry and Biophysics
Industry R&D in Clinical Chemistry
American Association for the Advancement of Science American Association for Clinical Chemistry
Personal Interests: 
Teaching is another passion. I tutor high school students who belong to underrepresented backgrounds, with the intent of increasing their college readiness.
I’m also an amateur astronomer and former NASA astronaut candidate. In my free time, I volunteer for various nature conservancy efforts.
Type of Students: 
Broadly, students with a desire to learn and explore the world. Particularly, students with an interest in scientific Research & Development, in both academia and industry.
Number of Students I can Mentor: 
Joined Date: 
1 year 7 months ago
Ideal Mentoring Relationship: 
I’m available to meet in person about once per month, or remotely (Skype, phone, text) once or twice per month.
Remote Mentor: