Aboubakar Sidiki Sako Ph.D. Student

As a researcher, my main interest are the bioproduction of high-value-added biomolecules and protein engineering.

About Me

I received most of my education in France. After completing a B.Sc. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at University of Lorraine, I completed a first M.Sc. degree in Biotechnology in the same university. Following this, I started a second master program on Systems and Synthetic Biology at University of Paris-Saclay in France. I first joined the Systems Environmental Microbiology group as a M.Sc. student in 2021. For six months, I worked mainly on the bioproduction of fluorinated amino acids from synthetic pathways, the subject on which I wrote my master thesis. After getting my degree, I came back to DTU Biosustain as a research assistant, and, most recently, as a Ph.D. student co-supervised by Ditte Welner (Enzyme Engineering and Structural Biology) and Pablo.