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Karmella Haynes earned her Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics at Washington University, St. Louis. Her postdoctoral training focused on designing bacterial DNA for mathematical applications (Davidson College) and engineering synthetic proteins to control human cell fates (Harvard Medical School). She has received grant awards from the NIH NCI Mentored Research Scientist program, the NSF Synthetic Biology Engineering Research Center, ASU Foundation’s Women and Philanthropy, and the NSF Biotechnology, Biochemical, and Biomass Engineering program.
The School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering would like to welcome new faculty members Dr. David Brafman, Dr. Claire Honeycutt, Dr. Thurmon Lockhart, and Dr. Barbara Smith. Dr. Lockhart will be arriving in August 2014 while Drs. Brafman, Honeycutt and Smith will be joining SBHSE at the beginning of the spring 2015 semester. Read more…
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