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Profile: In the End, Learning Matters Most
Mary T. am Ende has been an AIChE member since her undergraduate years, and has continued to play a role in the chemical engineering community ever since. She has presented at multiple annual meetings, and is even an AIChE Fellow.
As the chair of AIChE’s Pharmaceutical Discovery, Development, and Manufacturing (PD2M) Forum, am Ende helped promote the exchange of ideas among stakeholders in industry, academia, and government who work in the pharmaceutical industry. Over her career, she has published five patents. From her innovative role at Pfizer to her current position at Nalas, a process development firm, she has always been a lifelong learner.
Growing up in Cedar Rapids, IA, am Ende was an inquisitive child who loved academic exploration. In school, she recalls making up her own math problems to do at home. Her creativity and affinity for problem-solving has endured through her graduate school years and into her career as a chemical engineer.
am Ende’s father was an engineer with a love for math and science, but...
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