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I maintain a Bachelor of Science degree (B.S) in Biology from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. This work centered on molecular biology focused on the isolation and cloning of Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydorgenase (G6PDH) for enzymatic studies looking for metabolon  formation. Additionally, I received a Masters of Science degree (M.S.) in Chemistry from Delaware State University focusing on crystal engineering.  This work used predictable crystal packing motif to engineer non-linear optical properties (NLO) properties inside crystals.  Finally, I received my Doctor of Philosophy degree (Ph.D.) in Bioenvironmental Science from Morgan State University  My Ph.D. is in synthetic organic chemistry focusing on novel environmentally friendly microwave techniques for the synthesis of biologically active molecules.  I have also had the pleasure to work as a MARC fellow at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center focusing on the modeling and interaction of several synthesized molecules with specific proteins.  These experiment tried to elucidate specific results of ongoing biologically test for novel molecules.  During my 15 years in the science field I have taken part in multiple research projects including those described here encompassing a wide variety of  biological and chemical topics.  This has given me a wide assortment of techniques and understandings about many regions of science.  Some of these techniques are PCR, Cloning Techniques, GCMS, IR, NMR, and X-Ray Crystallography.