Congrats to David Ojala for his excellent work!
Job recently finished his PhD in chemistry from the University of South Carolina where he worked with Tom Makris. Welcome to Madison Job!
Michael is leaving us to start a microbiology lecturer position at IUPUC. Best of luck!
Trent will be moving up to the Bay Area to start a research position at Genentech. Congrats Trent!
Mark did his PhD in Brian Pflieger's lab. His graduate work focused on metabolic engineering and synthetic biology. Welcome Mark!
Ben will join us this summer as an undergraduate researcher.
The Mary Shine Peterson Award is the top honor presented to UW-Madison Biochemistry majors!
The Biotechnology Training Program (BTP) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a multi-disciplinary training program funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. More on the program can be found here: http://btp.wisc.edu
Juan is a new research intern in the lab that joins us after an epic journey at Epic. Welcome Juan!
Jonathan is a Chemical and Biological Engineering graduate student that recently graduated from University of Utah. Welcome!
Leland is in the Cellular and Molecular Biology graduate program and will be developing microfluidic cancer diagnostics. Welcome Leland!
Michael completed his PhD in Ming Luo's lab at UAB where he studied influenza fusion inhibitors.
We'll miss all our friends and colleagues at UCLA--but are excited for the next adventure!
We're actively recruiting new graduate students and postdocs for projects in biomolecular engineering, computational biology, and high-throughput technology development. Interested students and postdocs should contact Phil (romero[dot]philip[at]gmail[dot]com).
More about the other UCLA fellows can be found here:
Dissecting enzyme function with microfluidic-based deep mutational scanning
Interested students should apply to the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (http://www.chemeng.ucla.edu), and potential postdocs should contact Phil (romero[dot]philip[at]gmail[dot]com).