Kelly’s thesis research was profiled in a feature in Northwestern’s Alumni Magazine
Josh was selected to join the Scientific Executive Committee of GP-Write, a multinational synthetic biology project dedicated to realizing whole genome synthesis in order to understand, engineer and test living systems.
As part of former Vice President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Initiative, we received an award from NSF to work with fellow synthetic biologists at MIT to develop novel technologies for enabling cancer immunotherapy.
This paper marks the first demonstration that MESA receptors can be multiplexed to function orthogonally in a single cell. We also report here, for the first time, a quantitative model for evaluating and ultimately designing new MESA receptors and new MESA-based technologies. Read more here.
Congrats to Devin! Read more here.
Cam McDonald will work with Joe Muldoon and Patrick Donahue on a synthetic biology project this summer, supported by the Northwestern Summer Internship Grant Program (SIGP). Congratulations, Cam!
Joseph Draut will work with Patrick Donahue on a synthetic biology project this summer, supported by the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science. Congratulations, Joseph!
Amy Hong will work with Joe Muldoon on a computational synthetic biology project this summer, supported by the Northwestern Office of Undergraduate Research. Congratulations, Amy!
Held at the Norris University Center on March 24-25, the Engineering Biology Research Consortium brought together nearly 170 faculty, researchers, and students from universities across the country to discuss current challenges and opportunities in synthetic biology.