Women in EB

  • Linda Griffith

    systems engineering, tissue engineering, drug development, biomaterials, scaffolds

  • Theresa Good

    synthetic biology, NSF, policy, government, research strategy

  • Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg

    art-science collaboration, interdisciplinary collaborations, design

  • Jaline Gerardin

    biological sciences, biochemistry, biophysics, models, antimalarial drugs, systems biology, computational biology

  • Michele Garfinkle

    science policy, scientific publishing, stem cell policy, genomic technologies, research integrity

  • Emma Frow

    synthetic biology, science & technology studies, engineering studies, standard-setting, design and values

  • Maitreya Dunham

    genome evolution, experimental evolution, yeast, comparative genomics

  • Cosima Dufour-Schroif

    metabolic engineering, pharmaceuticals

  • Jennifer Doudna

    CRISPR, translational control, RNAi

  • Domitilla Del Vecchio

    control theory, computational tools, genetic circuits, biological networks, feedback control

  • Cynthia Collins

    synthetic biology, quorum sensing, biofilm formation, cell-cell communication, directed evolution

  • Stephanie Culler

    metabolic engineering, synthetic biology, sustainable chemical production, applied microbiology, systems biology, RNA splicing, microbiology

  • Linda Chrisey

    biosensors, biomaterials, novel circuits, defense applications

  • Yvonne Chen

    Dr. Yvonne Chen is an Associate Professor of Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is also a faculty, by courtesy, in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. The Chen Laboratory focuses on applying synthetic biology and biomolecular engineering techniques to the development of novel mammalian-cell systems. The Chen Lab’s work on engineering next-generation T-cell therapies for cancer has been recognized by the NIH Director’s Early Independence Award, the NSF CAREER Award, the Hellman Fellowship, the ACGT Young Investigator Award in Cell and Gene Therapy for Cancer, the Mark Foundation Emerging Leader Award, and the Cancer Research Institute Lloyd J. Old STAR Award. Prior to joining UCLA in 2013, Yvonne was a Junior Fellow in the Harvard Society of Fellows. She received postdoctoral training at the Center for Childhood Cancer Research within the Seattle Children’s Research Institute, and in the Department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School. Yvonne received her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University and her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology.

  • Michelle Chang

    metabolic pathway engineering, biofuels, biochemistry, chemical biology, synthetic biology, pharmaceuticals

  • Francesca Ceroni

    genetic devices, design rules, microRNAs

  • Jane Calvert

    science and technology studies, sociology of science, philosophy of biology, science policy, engineering studies, synthetic biology, systems biology

  • Carolyn Bertozzi

    bioorthogonal chemistry, glycomics, biochemistry, organic synthesis, biopolymers, cell-cell communication

  • Emily Balskus

    microbial chemistry, microbial communities, human microbiota, novel enzymes, biocompatible chemistry

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