RobertBertrand@lbl.gov Education BSc in Biochemistry at the University of Winnipeg PhD in Natural Products Chemistry at the University of Manitoba Research Developing high-energy polyketide biofuels.
email@example.com Education: Ph.D. Biochemistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor B.S. Biological Sciences, Peking University Research interests: My primary research goal in the Keasling lab is to understand PKS/NRPS biochemistry and structure for bioproduction of useful chemicals. I am also interested in identifying and characterizing novel biochemical pathways in nature. Google Scholar Linkedin
BLuckie@lbl.gov Education PhD student in the Molecular and Cellular Biology Program at UC Berkeley B.S in Biochemistry and B.S. in Genetics from Clemson University Research I am interested in exploring, harnessing, and expanding the metabolic repertoire of the human microbiota. LinkedIn
firstname.lastname@example.org Education Microbiology PhD student in UC Berkeley Plant and Microbial Biology department B.S. in Microbiology from UCLA Research I am interested in harnessing microbes’ diverse metabolic capabilities to address environmental challenges. Approaches I’m particularly interested in using to achieve this include genome mining and polyketide synthase engineering. LinkedIn Twitter
email@example.com Education Graduate student in Plant and Microbiology at UC-Berkeley B.S. in Molecular Biology from University of Wisconsin – Madison Research I’m interested in developing high-throughput screens for biosynthetic pathways and creating methods of interrogating intracellular metabolic fluxes. Using functional genomics I would also like to identify new enzymes and proteins that can be applied […]
firstname.lastname@example.org Education PhD Student in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, UC Berkeley BS/MS in Chemical Engineering, Northwestern University Research I’m a PhD student in UC Berkeley’s Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department. I’m interested in the concerted effort of current experimental methods, high throughput robotics, and machine learning for smarter modular enzyme engineering for production of novel […]
email@example.com Education PhD student in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, UC Berkeley BS of Mathematics and Chemical Engineering at the University of Nevada, Reno Research I’m interested in developing high-throughput computational and experimental techniques for the de novo design of enzymes.
firstname.lastname@example.org Education B.S. Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, North Carolina State University Research Synthetic biology and yeast engineering for the production of drugs, specifically engineering of the meroterpenoid biosynthetic pathway.
email@example.com Education PhD Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley BS Chemistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Research Coming from a chemistry background, I would like to synthesize biomolecules that are difficult to make by means of traditional chemical synthesis, as well as to understand the enzymatic pathways at a molecular level. I am also interested in […]
Education B.S. in Biology, UNC Chapel Hill Research I am a student in the UCSF- UC Berkeley Graduate Program in Bioengineering. My general research interests include mechanisms of infectious disease, metabolic engineering, and therapeutic R&D. Access to proper nutrition and consistent medical treatment presents a substantial challenge in developing countries. Living therapeutics, such as engineered […]
Education: BS in Botany with a focus in genetics and molecular biology and Summa Cum Laude honors; Oregon State University Background & Research Interests I am a graduate student in the Plant and Microbial Biology Department at UC Berkeley, pursuing my PhD in Plant Biology. My main interests are in the field of synthetic biology, and […]
firstname.lastname@example.org Education Ph.D. student in Bioengineering, UC Berkeley/ UC San Francisco B.S. in Biochemistry, University of Texas at Austin Research Summary I am a PhD student in the UCSF/UC Berkeley Bioengineering graduate program. I am fascinated by the chemistry observed in nature’s enzymes. My research aims to better understand how we can engineer enzymes to […]
email@example.com Research My research in the Keasling Lab focuses on developing new biochemical pathways for producing commodity chemicals from renewable sugars by engineering microbes. I specialize in using fatty acid and polyketide synthase enzymes to produce new compounds and drop-in replacements for currently-used products.
JingHuang@lbl.gov Education Ph.D. in Biology, Tsinghua University B.S. in Biotechnology, Beijing University of Chemical Technology Research My primary goal is to express and assemble engineered biocatalysts inside cells and use them to synthesize unnatural products. In addition, I am also interested in the development of transcription factor based biosensors.