Arthur Ho

Arthur Ho, a senior at the University of Arizona from Tucson, AZ, is volunteering in the newly established club, InnoWorks at the University of Arizona. A biochemistry and molecular biophysics and molecular and cellular biology double major, he graduated from the Catalina Foothills High School in Tucson, AZ. At Catalina Foothills, Arthur was named a National Merit Finalist, and has participated in Science Olympiad, and French and National Honor Societies. In addition, he has volunteered at his local library.

At the University of Arizona, Arthur is writing a senior biochemistry honors thesis on the protein nitrophorin that is found in bloodsucking insects such as the bedbug. Arthur has also been a member of the Biochemistry Ambassadors, Biochemistry Peer Mentor, the Biochemistry and the Pre-Pharmacy clubs. He has also volunteered at the Emergency Room and Pharmacy departments of St. Joseph's Hospital. In addition, Arthur has been inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa (Spring 2005) honor society at the University of Arizona.


Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics / Molecular & Cellular Biology

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