PSCS Board member, Arthur Castleton, works for SystImmune and lives in Seattle with his brother and 9 friends. He grew up in Lynnwood, WA and is a third generation Brigham Young University graduate, where he studied chemical engineering. He loves his research and teaching PSCS students interesting science topics he wanted to learn as a youth, such as how to “Suture like a Surgeon” and “Frog Dissection.”
Arthur sits on the PSCS Development Committee, is the board secretary, and enjoys contributing to PSCS because he likes the school and considers it a particularly fun way to give back to the community.
Arthur has published seven scientific papers, presented at numerous conferences, and enjoys infecting others with a passion for science.