Stefan Yohe joins Bayer’s Berkeley site as a Process Development Engineer
Stefan Yohe, a graduate student working under the supervision of Dr. Mark J. Grinstaff in the Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology, recently completed the Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. degree and Biomolecular Pharmacology training program. In November he successfully defended his dissertation, entitled “Superhydrophobic Materials for Drug Delivery”. Stefan received multiple job offers from all over the country and ultimately decided to join Bayer’s Berkeley site as a Process Development Engineer working in the formulation of protein therapeutics.
In only 4.3 years as a graduate student at Boston University, Stefan completed two publications as first author and one as co-author, one paper in press as first author, and two submitted papers as first author.
In 2007 Stefan earned his undergraduate degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Penn State University. Before that, he was a member of the Boy Scouts of America for 14 years, completed his Eagle award at the age of eighteen, and was involved with the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega during college.
We wish Stefan all the best as he embarks on the next journey in his research career!