Alan Haas, Ph.D.

Dr. Haas trained in distinguished laboratories and formally studied biophysics/biochemistry, molecular biology, physics, and psychology. He is currently focused on developing an experimental study of Jung's synchronicity effect in addition to his other scientific writings.

His doctoral thesis involved the generation of an electrical current by the mitochondrial enzyme that converts energy using oxygen.

Alan also practices yoga and mind-body fitness, and enjoys hiking and weight training. He was an All-American trombonist and studied classical music performance.

    2007 Special Student Status    
    Harvard Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

    2006 - present A.L.M Degree Candidate in Psychology
    Harvard Extension School

    2002-2004 Postdoctoral Fellow
    Harvard School of Public Health, Dept of Genetics & Complex Diseases

    2001 Postdoctoral Research
    City College of New York, Physics Dept

    2000 Ph.D. in Biochemistry& Biophysics
    University of Pennsylvania, Advisor Prof P. Leslie Dutton, FRS

    1993 B.A. in Physics
    University of Pennsylvania


Haas, A.S., Design and Assembly of Catalytically Active Monolayer Films of Cytochrome c and Cytochrome c Oxidase, UMI, 2000.

Haas, A.S., Pilloud, D.L., Reddy, K.S., Babcock, G.T., Moser, C.M., Blasie, J.K. and Dutton, P.L. Cytochrome c and Cytochrome c Oxidase: Monolayer Assemblies and Catalysis, 2001, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, Vol. 105, Issue 45, pp. 11351-11362 (illustrated on front cover). 

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