Amy Odenbaugh, Ph.D. earned her B.A. degree in Chemistry, cum laude, at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota and her Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Odenbaugh worked for four years as a Senior Research Scientist at Nobex Corporation in Durham, North Carolina, and prior to that served for three years as a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant at Duke University in the areas of DNA chip technology and combinatorial chemistry. She also worked as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Texas at Austin and as Scientific Advisor for Arnold, White and Durkee in Austin, Texas. Dr. Odenbaugh is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Dr. Odenbaugh has authored numerous scientific publications in a wide variety of scientific journals including the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Langmuir, and Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. She has an extensive research background in organic synthesis and medicinal chemistry, protein and peptide chemistry, and analytical/bioanalytical chemistry.
Dr. Odenbaugh is a member of the American Chemical Society.