John Bryan Rolloque graduated cum laude at the University of the Philippines Los Baños in 2018 under the B.S. Agricultural Chemistry program. He taught courses in general chemistry, analytical chemistry, and organic chemistry at UPLB’s Institute of Chemistry, and has been serving as the Region IV coordinator for the Regional and National Chemistry Olympiad. Landing 8th place in the 2019 licensure exam for agriculturists, he is now taking up his master’s degree in plant physiology, also in UPLB.
John Bryan Rolloque worked as a faculty of the Institute of Chemistry, UPLB for more than 2 years wherein he taught courses in general chemistry, analytical chemistry, and organic chemistry. He is also the coordinator of Region IV for the conduct of the Regional and National Chemistry Olympiad from 2019 up to this writing. During his stay as a faculty in UPLB, he was also invited to conduct several review sessions in chemistry for various college entrance examinations.
John Bryan Rolloque graduated cum laude at the University of the Philippines Los Baños in 2018 under the B.S. Agricultural Chemistry program. In the same year, he obtained his professional license to practice chemistry in the Philippines. The year after, he landed 8th place in the licensure examination for agriculturists.
Currently, he is taking up his master’s degree in plant pathology, also in UPLB. At first, the author finds this endeavor weird since for a very long time, he didn’t want to study plants because plants are boring for him. However, during his undergraduate years, one of his professors in plant physiology opened his eyes to how interesting plants can be. As a result, he decided to change his career path from chemistry to plant pathology.
He is now specializing in plant diseases caused by plant pathogenic viruses.