I am a biological engineer working to advance high-throughput biological engineering for rapid optimization of complex gene clusters and dynamical systems in microbes through pooled genomic library assembly, high-throughput sequencing and variant scoring. I utilize machine learning algorithms to predict optimal genotypes using limited phenotype data measured from large, defined mutant libraries and develop technologies to track fitness for individual genotypes within large mutant libraries and to isolate individual variants for deployment in complex environments ranging from the industrial bioreactor to the plant rhizosphere to the mammalian gut.
- University of Washington: Doctor of Philosophy, Electrical Engineering
- Brigham Young University: Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering
Last updated on 2023-02-23T19:37:46+00:00 by LN Anderson PerCon SFA Project Publication Experimental Data Catalog The Persistence Control of Engineered Functions in Complex Soil Microbiomes Project (PerCon SFA) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory ( PNNL ) is a Genomic Sciences Program...