Dr. Thomas Lectka

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Biography

- Native of Detroit
- Graduated from Oberlin College, 1986
- Ph.D. from Cornell, 1991
- Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, Heidelberg, 1991
- NIH Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard, 1992-1994
- Began at Johns Hopkins University, 1994
- Promoted to Professor, 2002
- Jean and Norman Scowe Professor of Chemistry, 2012

Awards and Honors

- John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellow
- Alfred P. Sloan Fellow
- Merck Faculty Development Award
- Camille Dreyfus Teacher Scholar
- DuPont ATE Grant
- American Cancer Society New Faculty Grantee
- NSF Career Award
- Eli Lilly Young Faculty Grantee
- NIH First Award

Community Service

- Editor, Tetrahedron Reports for the Americas, 2008-2011
- Member NIH SBCA Study Section, 2008-2012
- Chair, Graduate Admissions Committee, JHU Chemistry