Barry S. Selinsky, Ph.D.
BS in Chemistry, Lebanon Valley College, 1980
PhD in Biochemistry, SUNY Buffalo, 1984
Postdoctoral fellowships at Duke University, 1984-85
Postdoctoral fellowship at the National Institute of Health Sciences, 1985-88.
What do I like to do when I’m not in the lab/working?
Travel – I’ve had the good fortune to travel to some great places in the last few years, including Australia, London, New Zealand, and Ireland. A few pictures of my adventures can be found by following the below links:
Golf – Golf is a good way to concentrate on something other than work and to give your mind a rest. While I’m probably best described as an ‘average’ golfer, I did get to play two US Open courses in the last few years!
Bass – I play bass guitar in my worship band at Hope Community Church in King of Prussia, PA. I’m playing a Keith Roscoe Century Standard 5 bass, which is the most awesome bass ever, on a Gallien-Kreuger 500 head through a 1980’s vintage Trace-Elliot 4 x 10 cabinet.