Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

A (11) | B (24) | C (15) | D (11) | E (12) | F (15) | G (16) | H (19) | I (1) | J (6) | K (14) | L (17) | M (18) | N (10) | O (3) | P (13) | Q (1) | R (9) | S (21) | T (5) | U (1) | V (3) | W (11) | X (1) | Y (2) | Z (2)

Karla Neugebauer


Bio:

Karla Neugebauer is Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and of Cell Biology. She is currently DUS for MB&B and teaches a number of courses in the major (MB&B301, MB&B449, MB&B443 and MB&B490). Neugebauer’s lab investigates roles for RNA in the organization and function of living cells, using human cells, zebrafish embryos, and yeast as model systems. Neugebauer holds a BS in Biology (Cornell University) and PhD in Neuroscience (UCSF). She was Research Group Leader at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden, Germany (2001-2013) and became an advocate for gender equality in scientific research. Her daughter (22) is a senior at University of Michigan and son (18) is a senior in high school. Neugebauer enjoys tennis, swimming, biking, kayaking, and dogs.

Jennifer Newman


Bio:

Associate Artistic Director, Schwarzman Center
jennifer.newman@yale.edu

Hang P. Nguyen


Bio:

Hang P. Nguyen is a second-year MD student at Yale School of Medicine. Originally from Vietnam, Hang and her family moved to the US when she was 11. She attended Yale College (JE’21), graduating with a B.S in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. As an undergraduate, Hang did research in the LusKing lab where she studied the DNA-organization of fission yeast. Outside of research, Hang focused on advocating for and providing mentorship to first-generation and low-income (FGLI) Yalies in her role as Co-president of A Leg Even and as a FroCo for JE. 

Since starting medical school, Hang’s research interests have shifted from basic science to clinical research. She is particularly interested in the intersection of socioeconomic status and health. Currently, she is studying how social determinants of health (such as employment, housing, and transportation) affect the clinical outcomes of patients with inflammatory bowel diseases. 

Outside of medicine, Hang enjoys painting and caring for her plants. As the Residential Junior Bates Fellow, Hang is excited to meet with and get to know JE students. Feel free to email her at hang.nguyen@yale.edu or say hi when you see her around!

Gisela Noack


Bio:

Former Chief Conservator and Head of Conservation at Yale University Library

Manfred Noack


Bio:

Manfred Noack is a retired Chemist (doctorate in chemistry T.U. Munich 1964 and MBA Univ. of New Haven 1975). As a researcher in an industrial laboratory, he has worked in the fields of corrosion control, aerospace fuels for the space shuttle and satellites, and hazard control of highly reactive chemicals. In retirement he is interested in 3rd through 9th century and Weimar Republic (1918-1933) history as well as issues in contemporary economic policies in the US and abroad. His passion is to race and cruise his 24-foot Dolphin 24 sailboat ELECTRA on Long Island Sound.  He and his wife Gisela (see above) have two sons, Reinhard, physics professor at Phillips University, Marburg, Germany and Bernhard, sailing coach at Harvard. Manfred invites students with like interests or looking to crew on a sailboat or contemplating travel to Germany to contact him by e-mail (mgenoack@gmail.com).

Ben Wolf Noam


Bio:

Ben Wolf Noam is an Artist, living and working between Los Angeles, New York and Connecticut.  He has exhibited throughout North America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.  He works primarily in Painting, Sculpture and Ceramics.

Heather Nolin


Bio:

Deputy Director for Exhibitions, Programming, and Education
heather@nolinconsulting.com

Jenn Nolte


Bio:

User Experience Researcher
jennifer.nolte@yale.edu

Paul North


Bio:

Maurice Natanson Professor of German
Chair, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures
Head of Jonathan Edwards College

paul.a.north@yale.edu
 

Douglas Nygren


Bio:

I am a retired child, adolescent and family therapist whose life reads something like a German Bildungsroman. I began as a student of German literature, ein Germanist, before becoming a Journalist and eventually associate editor of a newspaper. When Yale accepted my future wife as a resident in psychiatry, I moved with her to Haven where I found work at Yale teaching first in Daily Themes and then being the writing tutor in JE. In JE I developed a specialty helping students to write again who were suffering from writing blocks. This in turn led to my becoming a a child therapist. The first third of my career I treated suicidal and out of control teenagers in a combination inpatient/intensive outpatient unit at St. Raphael's Hospital; the last two thirds were at Clifford Beers Clinic in New Haven where I worked with traumatized and abused children. Many of the techniques I used to help abused children came from my work as an editor as wells as from being a JE and Daily Themes writing tutor. dnygr@cshore.com