|Present||Manley Hoppe Professor, Iowa State University ‐ Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering|
Metabolic engineering of biorenewable chemicals, Metabolic engineering of plant secondary metabolites, NMR spectroscopic techniques for characterization of cellular metabolism, Analytical methods for analysis of metabolic pathways, and Enhancement of bioprocess productivity from manipulation of cellular metabolism via changes in genetic composition or environment
Honors and Awards
- AIChE Food, Pharmaceutical and Bioengineering Division, Area 15c Plenary Award 2010
- Women of Innovation Award for Research Innovation and Leadership, by the Technology Association of Iowa 2008
- ChE 210/“Material and Energy Balances”
- ChE 406/“Environmental Chemodynamics”
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Peer-Reviewed Articles (12)
Characterization of oxidation products of TNT metabolism in aquatic phytoremediation ...
Environmental Science and Technology (1999)
TNT transformation processes in sediment-free, “natural”, aquatic phytoremediation systems of Myriophyllum aquaticum were investigated with specific interest in oxidation products. ...