Dr. Jordan Sand (PHD ’10, Verma Lab) has taken a winding road in his career. Working as a postdoc in the lab of Mark Cook, he developed a technology that has led to his own start-up company.
Dr. Galvan received his BA in Molecular and Developmental Biology from UC Santa Cruz and his PhD. in Molecular and Environmental Toxicology from the UW Madison.
MET alum Paul Hanlon (PHD ’03, Jefcoate Lab) spoke with MET Director Chad Vezina, describing his time in the program, how the program has helped his career, and what he’s been up to since he graduated.
Since the first degree was awarded in 1978, the MET graduate training program has produced more than 230 alumni. Demonstrating the breadth and depth of training provided in the MET program, alumni have risen to leadership positions in academic, industry, and government organizations. While shaping toxicology research and regulation, our alumni provide a network for current and prospective students to explore career opportunities.