Alumni

David T. Chuljian

David Chuljian, a self-described “quantum dentist,” knows all about “decay rates”


Donor Recognition

Thank you for your support of our vibrant community of scientists and mathematicians.


Jim Hanson

As a first-generation college student and graduate of the University of Utah, having a physics degree has been life changing.


Bert VanderHeiden

As a first-generation college student and graduate of the University of Utah, having a physics degree has been life changing.


Todd B. Alder

Patent lawyer Todd Alder hasn’t moved far geographically, but career-wise and developmentally it has been a galactic trip.


Nikhil Bhayani, BS’98

Nikhil Bhayani (BS’98) reflects on the way his days were like at U Biology


Diana Montgomery, BS’87

A Principal Scientist at Merck Pharmaceuticals, Diana Montgomery, BS’87, focuses on developing therapeutic proteins as new drugs.


T. Mitchell Aide, PhD’89

In Puerto Rico, biologist and U Distinguished Alumnus Mitch Aide gives 110% to tropical forest conservation.


Ace Madsen

A thriving medical practice in East-Central Utah was spawned at U Biology.


Ed Groenhout, BS’85

All that was needed to become a doctor was to be told at graduation he would never get into med school.