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Friday, June 29, 2007

Spencer: Neutrogena Employee of the Month for July.

This month, we would like to recognize an emerging leader in our R&D department. Spencer Gilman is a Research Scientist who has been with the company for 3 years focusing his efforts on new breakthrough formulations and compounds. Spencer's research efforts in skin care will allow us to bring tremendous advances to market in the next 3-5 years. Prior to Neutrogena, he received his B.S. in Biochemistry from UCSD in a record three years, graduating in 2004. His area of study was ribozymes with a special focus on autocatalysis.

When he is not identifying the next innovation for Neutrogena, Spencer's interests include tennis, chess, music, and video blogging. Please join us in congratulating Spencer as Employee of the Month for July.

Note: Thanks to Frank for finding the link: http://www.neutrogena.com/spencer.asp

  • RNA Today: : Follow the RNA Today link on the right hand menu for more links to Ribozyme articles from Meepers Annon --->

  • Research by GF and mm.


    1. He sounds like a male version of meepersanonymous.

    2. I think meepers will run rings around him when it comes to shRNA. Bring it Spencer!!!


    3. It is interesting that the link for the words "video blogging" go straight to LG15.com!

    4. Yea, when i saw that I thought it might go to uchoob. I think that would have been a more authentic way to do it until he has made an official appearance.

    5. this is really a bad idea for neutrogena...

    6. I do wonder if Neutrogena has any idea what they have got themself into.......lol.....

    7. I bet all the real research scientists at neutrogena are pissed. They do all the research and an actor pretending to be a scientist gets employee of the month. Next news story, neutrogena scientists have low employee morale.

    8. Yea, i wonder who is going to get it next month? Lucy?

    9. " Ken said... this is really a bad idea for neutrogena... "

      seriously? what do they have to lose? as long as spencer doesn't go apeshit, i am becoming intrigued by how hard core the neutrogena brand is being promoted by this scheme.

    10. It definately has good branding possibilities. Having him look quite this stupid might not be the way to do it however. But if he saves the day with a serum who is going to remember how he started out?

      Save Bree and Neutrogena looks like a hero.

    11. Someone, somewhere complained about Spencer having to have been 16 when he graduated from high school in order to make the time-line work for this story. I don't see a problem with that. I graduated at 17, and I didn't skip any grades. If he's as smart as they're trying to make him out to be, he would've had to start school a year early like I did, and then skip a year like I didn't, and boom, you have a 16 year old graduate smart enough to finish college in 3 years and get a great job at Neutrogena as a scientist. Plausible.



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