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Project presentations by my automatic #process #control class @UNLincoln @NebEngineering @UNL_ChemEng. Some of the groups picked #contemporary projects on @FIFAWorldCup & Christmas! No comments on my role as the goalie:) #STEMeducation


Closing up @ChEnected #AIChEAnnual 2022 meeting with a talk at 2pm (N126B) on #metabolic underpinnings of #overflow #metabolism in the pathogenic S Aureus. We have a tenure-track Assistant Professor #job #opening @UNLincoln @NebEngineering @UNL_ChemEng. Join our team!

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The SSBio lab is currently seeking one postdoc. Please refer to the opportunities tab for more details.


Travel Fellowhip

Graduate students Niaz Bahar Chowdhury, Mark Kathol, and Dianna Morris received School of Graduate Study Travel Fellowship. Congratulations!

Niaz Bhai Award

Congrats to graduate student Niaz Bahar Chowdhury for being a 2022 recipient of the Milton E. Mohr Biotechnology award for academic excellence and the likelihood to succeed in this field!

New Grad Students

Nabia Shahreen, Abraham Osinuga, Sunayana Malla, and Tahereh Razmpour join the Systems and Synthetic Biology research group as graduate students. Welcome!

Adil's Dissertation

Graduate student Adil Al-siyabi successfully defended his Doctoral dissertation! Congratulations, Dr. Al-siyabi!

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Research Presentation

Dissertation defense of Mohammad Mazharul Islam

Dissertation Defense of Wheaton L. Schroeder

Introducing the ORKA to dFBA

EuGeneCiD: Toward an Optimization-Based Tool for Synthetic Biology Design

35c: An integrated study of Staphylococcus aureus metabolism

R. palustris Lignin Catabolism and PHBV Production_AIChE 2020

620h: Introducing an Optimization- and Explicit Runge-Kutta- Based Approach (ORKA) to dFBA

613c: Predicting Enzyme Kinetics and Regulation from dFBA through KOPTIC

3gt: Toward Interventions Aiding the Future Viability of Important Crops through Systems Biology

338a: OptFill: A Tool for Infeasible Cycle-Free Gapfilling of Stoichiometric Metabolic Models

118e: Computation-Driven Analysis of Model Polyextremotolerant Fungus Exophiala dermatitidis