Dr. Aaron Van Dyke
Assistant Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry
o: Bannow Science Center Rm 315
2017 College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Advising and Mentoring Award
2015–2016 Ignatian Colleagues Program (Association of Jesuit Collegues and Universities)
2015 Undergraduate Teacher of the Year (Fairfield University)
2012 Craig Howel Memorial Fund Recipient (American Cancer Society)
2008 Vivian A. and E. Emerson Morse Travel Fund (MIT)
2004 John S. Ju Award – Valedictorian College of Science and Engineering (Seattle University)
2004 Mission Award for Outstanding Leadership in Faith (Seattle University)
1996 Eagle Scout (Boy Scouts of America)
2010-2013 American Cancer Society – Michigan Cancer Research Fund Postdoctoral Fellow (University of Michigan)
2008 MIT–Wyeth Scholar (MIT)
2000-2004 Sullivan Scholar (Seattle University)
2018-2020 National Science Foundation – Major Research Instrumentation (NSF-MRI) Grant: Acquisition of a 400 MHz NMR Spectrometer at Fairfield University.
2018-2020 US Department of Agriculture: Agriculture and Food Research Initiative: Egg effects on the immunomodulatory properties of HDL.
2016-2019 National Science Foundation – Major Research Instrumentation (NSF-MRI) Grant: Acquisition of a MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometer at Fairfield University.
2010-2013 Department of Defense – Prostate Cancer Research Program (w/ Anna K. Mapp)