March 10, 2011
For its March 2011 issue, BioTechniques interviewed Professor Paul D. Roepe about “the ambitions, character, and motivations that led to his success.”
BioTechniques asked about and Professor Roepe discussed his greatest contribution to his field, the impact of his background in physical chemistry on his drug resistance research, and his transition from tumor cell drug resistance research to malaria research. A full text of the interview may be found on the BioTechniques website or on page 145 of Volume 50, Number 3 of BioTechniques.
Paul D. Roepe is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and a Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology. Professor Roepe also serves as Co-Director for the Georgetown Center for Infectious Disease.