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David Stuart Auld

David Stuart Auld, American biochemist, educator. Achievements include research in mechanism of zinc metalloenzymes; categorizing zinc sites in proteins; developed specialized methods for kinetic analysis of intermediates in catalysis & conversion of substrate to products based on radiationless energy transfer; designed low-temperature stopped-flow.

Background

  • Auld, David Stuart was born on January 8, 1937 in Newton, New Jersey, United States. Son of William Auld and Jessie Cummings Riddel.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Lehigh University, 1960. Master of Science, Lehigh University, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, 1966.

    Career

    • Associate staff in medicine Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston, 1966—2003. Associate in biological chemistry Harvard Medical School, 1969-1970, assistant to associate professor biological chemistry, 1970-1983, associate professor pathology, 1983—2003, emeritus, since 2003. Visiting associate professor biology Boston College, Chestnut Hill, 2003—2009.

      Board tutors biochemistry science Harvard University, since 1977, assistant chairman, 1983-1984, board editors Biochemistry since 1980, ABB 1994-2008.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in mechanism of zinc metalloenzymes. Categorizing zinc sites in proteins. Developed specialized methods for kinetic analysis of intermediates in catalysis & conversion of substrate to products based on radiationless energy transfer.

      Designed low-temperature stopped-flow.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.

    Connections

    • Married Loretta Frances Patricia, September 2, 1961. Children: Cynthia Ann, Douglas Stewart.
    • father: William Auld
    • mother: Jessie Cummings Riddel
    • spouse: Loretta Frances Patricia
    • children: Cynthia Ann Auld
    • Douglas Stewart Auld
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    Born January 8, 1937
    Nationality
    • 1960
      Lehigh University
    • 1962
      Lehigh University
    • 1966
      Cornell University
    • 1966 - 2003
      Associate, staff in medicine Brigham & Women's Hospital
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 2003 - 2009
      visiting associate, professor biology Boston College
      Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, United States
    • 2003
      associate, in biological chemistry Harvard Medical School