Noah Hubler is a senior biochemistry student set to graduate in December 2020. He currently conducts research in Dr. Yoon’s bioengineering and biosensors lab, focusing on smartphone-based diagnostic solutions of the blood brain barrier and mushroom toxins. As a biochemistry student has been a peer mentor to biochemistry underclassman for the last three years.
He is also a member of Army ROTC program, set to commission as a second lieutenant upon graduation. In ROTC he also mentors many different underclassmen pursuing life and physical science degrees. As a cadet at UArizona he has opportunity to develop his leadership skills around the world, including programs such as the Cadet Coalition Warfighting Program in Thailand, a staff ride briefing at the USS Arizona in Hawaii, and Advanced Camp in Fort Knox, Kentucky.
Upon graduation he plans on becoming a chemical officer in the Army Reserves, where he will train to combat any chemical, biological, nuclear and radiological threats. On the civilian side of his career he plans on using his degree and UArizona experience in industry, particularly in the fields of pharmaceuticals, petroleum, or material sciences. In his free time he likes to hike, road trip, fish, and enjoy the outdoors.