Noah is a second-year graduate student in the Tri-I Chemical Biology PhD Program. He received his BS in pharmaceutical chemistry from the University of California, Davis under David Olson. Throughout his undergraduate studies he synthesized photoswitchable analogs of neurotransmitters and psychedelics to improve spatial and temporal control over compound activity in-vitro. His work in the lab focuses on developing proteomics-based high throughput target ID techniques using small-molecule catalyst conjugates. Outside of lab, he enjoys running, working out, and exploring new restaurants.