Roger Shek is currently working as a scientist with Bristol-Myers-Squibb in Redwood City, CA. He was previously a research scientist with the Seattle Structural Genomics Center for Infectious Disease at the University of Washington. Before that, he was a PhD student in the Biochemistry and Structural Biology program at SUNY Stony Brook where he worked in the laboratory of Jarrod French studying nucleobase transporters and protein crystallography. At Stony Brook, Roger was the Graduate Student Organization senator for his department for two years, worked to establish a new graduate student club for students conducting research in structural biology, and was also elected as the Graduate Student Organization’s Senate Speaker where he oversaw the tax clinics, legal clinics, and administers the Distinguished Travel Award. Prior to Stony Brook, Roger attended the University of Hawaii at Manoa in his home state of Hawaii where he studied biology and chemistry. In his free time, Roger likes to travel and sample new restaurants.
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