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Tova Fertal
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There is a blow-up doll in my attic. Posted on October 18, 2011 by addtova. Or I suppose I should say *was* a blowup doll in my attic. She is on her way to the local landfill as we speak. The part of ...
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Organic Chemistry Document Coordinator
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    Organic Chemistry Document Coordinator, 2008 - present
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Eugene OR - Calgary AB - Sacramento CA
Likes science and cats. Has the best husband ever (sorry all other girls). Also likes explaining science. and puzzles.
My Name is Tova Fertal but my maiden Name is Tova Opsal. 

I grew up in Eugene Oregon. 

I went to the University of Oregon and Majored in Chemistry. 

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Really good at science, computers, and math. And drawing robots.
  • University of Oregon
    Chermistry, 2002 - 2008
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