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Paul Craig

Paul Craig
Paul Craig is a professor in the School of Chemistry & Materials Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology RIT, where he teaches general chemistry and biochemistry. He is a computational biochemist and PI of BASIL (Biochemistry Authentic Scientific Inquiry Lab; https://basilbiochem.github.io/basil/), a growing team of faculty members from more than 10 campuses who are implementing a course-based undergraduate research experience where students use in silico and in vitro techniques to predict and test protein function. He received the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Award for Exemplary Contributions to Education in 2018. He has been married to his wife, Elsa, since 1986, and they are very proud of their four children.
 

Articles by Paul Craig

Turning points
Essay

Turning points

Aug. 24, 2022
Eight scientists from academia and industry reflect on how mentors have impacted their lives.
Finding joy
Wellness

Finding joy

Jan. 18, 2022
After a summer that got off to a rocky (and physically painful) start, Paul Craig took stock of the little things for which he's grateful.
Attending a conference when you don’t have the budget
ASBMB Annual Meeting

Attending a conference when you don’t have the budget

Jan. 30, 2020
Here are a few ideas to manage meeting costs, to help those professional development dollars go as far as possible.
Finding the help you need
Wellness

Finding the help you need

Jan. 1, 2019
Paul Craig writes about facing the possibility of academic failure and what we need to survive.