Carrow Wells comes to the SGC-UNC following a 10 year career at GlaxoSmithKline where she developed and applied diverse skills in medicinal chemistry, chemical biology, and cell biology to the discovery of innovative drugs. Most recently she was a team leader in the GSK Chemical Biology department, directing an effort to identify the biological target of drug molecules using biocompatible chemical reactions and quantitative mass spectrometry. Wells is a graduate of NC State and is currently enrolled in the PhD program at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. At the SGC-UNC, Carrow leads a program of chemical probe synthesis and target identification for the historically understudied kinases. When she is not synthesizing awesome molecules Wells enjoys being outdoors — running, gardening, and going for walks with her dog.