| United States|
University of Warwick
Milla Jovovich (m. 2009)
| Film director|
Resident Evil, Apocalypse
| February 3, 1938
Concord, Vermont (1938-02-03) |
Perkin Medal (2002), Priestley Medal (2006)
Ever Gabo Anderson, Dashiel Edan Anderson
Resident Evil, Resident Evil: Retribution, Pompeii, Resident Evil: Afterlife, The Three Musketeers
Milla Jovovich, Ever Gabo Anderson, Luc Besson, Shawn Andrews, Sienna Guillory
Paul S. Anderson Wikipedia
Paul S. Anderson (born February 3, 1938) is an American chemist. He worked at Merck, DuPont-Merck, and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Paul S. Anderson was born February 3, 1938 in Concord, Vermont, and grew up in Swanton, Vermont. He attended Highgate High School, then went on to attend the University of Vermont, receiving his B.S. in chemistry in 1959. He then studied at the University of New Hampshire, receiving his Ph.D. in chemistry in 1963. He briefly accepted a post-doctoral fellowship with Jerrold Meinwald at Cornell University.
Anderson accepted a senior research position at the Merck, Sharp & Dohme Research Laboratories.
In 1995 he received the E. B. Hershberg Award from the American Chemical Society for his work on medicinally-active substances. Other significant awards include the Perkin Medal in 2002, the NAS Award for Chemistry in Service to Society in 2003 and the Priestley Medal in 2006.
He was the 1997 President of the American Chemical Society.