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James Higgins Wolfram

research biotechnologist

James Higgins Wolfram, American research biotechnologist. Decorated Silver Star. Recipient Research and Development 100 award, 1988. Served as captain United States Air Force (pilot), 1965-1970, Vietnam. Member American Society Microbiology, American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi. Lodges: Elks.

Background

Wolfram, James Higgins was born on August 14, 1943 in Sandusky, Ohio, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, Ohio State University, 1965. Postgraduate, University New Hampshire, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, University New Hampshire, 1974.

Career

Postdoctoral scientist United States Department of Agriculture, Philadelphia, 1976-1978. Research supervisor United States Agency for International Development/USDA, Kenya, 1978. Research scientist Joseph E. Seagram, Louisville, 1978-1980.

Biotechnology manager EG & G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls., since 1980. President Biodegradation Processing. Adjunct professor Idaho State University, Pocatello, since 1984.

Consultant ethanol production, Idaho Falls., since 1980.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals. Patentee in field.

Membership

Served as captain United States Air Force (pilot), 1965-1970, Vietnam. Member American Society Microbiology, American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi. Lodges: Elks.

Connections

Married Jean C. Dziamba, August 31, 1968. Children: Jeffrey, Jennifer.

spouse:
Jean C. Dziamba

children:
Jeffrey Wolfram

Jennifer Wolfram