Brett Fite received his B.A. in both Physics and Chemistry from Washington University in St. Louis in 2003 where he conducted undergraduate research during all of the four years of his undergraduate career on examination of enzymatic mechanisms employing fluorescence, especially time resolved fluorescence, to probe various catalytic states. He subsequently attended Stanford University to study synthetic organic chemistry for the novel synthesis of anti-cancer drugs and now conducts graduate research toward a Ph.D. on the use of MRI and MR contrast agents and its integration with ultrasound for the targeted delivery of chemotherapeutics. email@example.com
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