Biology and Marine Biology Majors Alumni Page

Holladay

Blair Holladay '84 is the CEO of the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP); read about his connection to the coronavirus outbreak in Italy in Alumnus Leads Pathologists Through Fight Against COVID-19.

Hommel

Dorlisa Hommel '84 is a contract systems engineer for NASA. Read about Lisa's marine research with Dr. Phil Dustan that led her on this career path in All Systems Go for Alumna.

Tevin Proctor

Tevin Proctor '14 is a chemist at the North Charleston–based Ingevity, a specialty chemical developer and manufacturer; read more about Tevin in Alumnus Has Formula for Happiness.

Lidicker

Gretchen Lidicker '14 has written books about alternative medicine including the ever popular CBD oil.  Read about what led he to study biology and altrnative medicine in Alumna is a Woman of Substance.

hilton

Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton-Buchholz ’04 was the commencement speaker for the 2019 spring ceremony of the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance; the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs; and the School of Sciences and Mathematics.  She was also featured as one of eight in the 2019 Year of Women: 8 CofC Alumnae to Know.  Read more about Dr. Ebony Hilton '04 here.

Malcom Kated

After double majoring in biology and international studies, Malcolm Kates '16, received a National Institutes of Health Postbac Intramural Research Training Award to study genetically inherited muscular disorders at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Read more about his College of Charleston experience and future plans here.

Other Alumi Profiles

David Wilson '08

David Wilson

Luke Rein '15

Luke Rein

Iris Kemp '10

Iris Kemp

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