firstname.lastname@example.org Research I work at the intersection of molecular biology, chemistry and engineering to produce commodity chemicals from microbes. I work as an automation scientist to increase the throughput and reliability of strain build workflows and analytical sample preparation by increased incorporation of automation equipment and software. linkedin Scholar
email@example.com Education Massachusetts Institute of Technology – B.Sc. Life Science 1987 – B.Sc. Humanities and Science – Creative Writing, Theater, and Biology 1986 Research Strain and Enzyme Engineering Linkedin
firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Project Scientist email@example.com Education PhD Biotechnology, National Laboratory of Genomics for Biodiversity CINVESTAV, Mexico MSc Biochemical sciences, Biotechnology Institute, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico BS Biochemistry engineering, Villahermosa Institute of Technology, Mexico Research I am a microbiologist using the theory of evolution as a framework to accelerate the discovery and facilitate the production of chemical […]