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Mary Alice Yund

biotechnology consultant

Mary Alice Yund, American biotechnology consultant. Achievements include first identification and characterization of ecdysteroid receptors. Research grantee National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, 1975-1986.

Background

Yund, Mary Alice was born on February 12, 1943 in Xenia, Ohio, United States. Daughter of John Edward and Ethel Louise Stallard.

Education

Bachelor, Knox College, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1970.

Career

Assistant research geneticist University California, Berkeley, 1975-1988. Private practice consultant, 1988-1997. Biotechnology consultant Technology Forecasters, Inc., Alameda, California, since 1997.

Member development biology advisory panel National Science Foundation, Washington, 1983-1987. Visiting scientist National Science Foundation/ Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation United States/ Australia Cooperative Science Progam, North Ryde, Australia, 1980. Co-chair women in Bioscience Conference, Stanford, California, 1993.

Organizer science seminar series and conferences in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first identification and characterization of ecdysteroid receptors.

Works

  • Contributor articles, reviews to professional journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Consultant, counselor Bay Area Bioscience Center, Oakland, California, since 1992. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Genetics Society of America, Society for Developmental Biology, American Society Zoologists, Association for Women in Science (chapter officer since 1991), Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married E. William Yund, June 11, 1966.

father:
John Edward

mother:
Ethel Louise Stallard

spouse:
E. William Yund