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Daniel D. Clark graduated from Clarion University of Pennsylvania with a B.S.Ed. in Chemistry, Secondary Education then matriculated to The Pennsylvania State University where he earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry working with yeast genetic systems to evaluate and identify protein tyrosine kinases.
Following his graduation, Dan has been an assistant professor of chemistry at several universities including, The Pennsylvania State University, Altoona College (PA), Christopher Newport University (VA), and has most recently returned home to the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. His research interests involve the use and development of yeast genetic systems as well as chemical education.
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Utilizo frecuentemente ChemDraw para ilustrar los mecanismos de reacción orgánica a mis estudiantes.
Eu uso frequentemente o ChemDraw para ilustrar os mecanismos de reação orgânica a meus alunos
I frequently use ChemDraw to illustrate organic reaction mechanisms for my students.
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