As a biotechnologist, I have been always interested in microorganisms and bioproduction―and to mediate a change towards a sustainable lifestyle. My team at the Center for Biosustainability focuses on this objective by engineering environmental bacteria for bioproduction of novel chemicals.
I am Patricia, and I work as a post-doc in the SEM group developing new strategies for the production of halogenated building blocks designing cell factories based on Pseudomonas putida.
Hi, I am Daniel! I am a post-doc in the SEM group working on expanding the synthetic biology toolbox for environmental bacteria and programming biofilm formation and dispersal in Pseudomonas putida for whole-cell biocatalysis.
Metabolic engineer fascinated by the design and construction of the next-generation microbial cell factories for the efficient bio-manufacture of chemicals.
Enthusiast of microbial metabolic engineering and synthetic biology and excited to work at the front of a dawning biotechnological era.
In love with metabolic engineering and biotechology since 2010 and invading the private life of a very important bacterium since 2017.
Working in getting Pseudomonas putida in shape for efficient bioproduction towards a sustainable future!
Biochemist determined to challenge enzymes with new to Nature reactions: my duty in the SEM group is to make proteins from Pseudomonas putida (and others) to comply with our every whim.
Hi, I am Rob! I work on the implementation and optimization of synthetic fluorometabolism in Pseudomonas putida and Escherichia coli.
I am Carlos, and I work as a post-doc in the SEM group developing an iterative CRISPR-Cas based screening tool in Pseudomonas, with the aim of identifying targets for genome engineering and constructing improved strains for bioproduction.
Eager to use synthetic biology and metabolic engineering to develop processes for the bioproduction of chemicals from alternative carbon sources.
Curious to find innovative and sustainable ways to bioproduce halogenated compounds by plugging pathways together in a lego-like fashion.
Fervent biotechnologist seeking to exert control over synthetic biological systems and paving the way towards accurate, high-throughput microbial metabolomics.
Inspired by Nature, I am engineering the core metabolic pathways of Pseudomonas putida to produce new-to-Nature long-chain fluorinated molecules.
I use evolution to engineer proteins and microbes. Why do the work yourself when Nature can do it for you?
Javier Hernández - (2021) Master Student - Technical University of Denmark
Kristoffer Tang Kordatos - (2021) Bachelor student - Technical University of Denmark
Melanie Filbig - (2020) RWTH Aachen University
Eléa Chauveau - (2020) Master student - ENSTBB-Bordeaux INP
Kent Kang Yong Tang - (2020) Master Student - Technical University of Denmark
Berta Rosich I Bosch - (2020) Master Student - Technical University of Denmark
Zacharias Søgaard Nielsen - (2020) Master Student - Technical University of Denmark
Román Martino – (2020) University of Córdoba. Argentina.
Sebastian Wallis Jørgensen – (2020) Master Student - Technical University of Denmark
Frederik Völker - (2020) Master Student - RWTH Aachen University
Katja Rohr - (2019) Master Student - Forschungszentrum Jülich
Àngela Vidal-Verdú - (2019) Master Student - University of Valencia
Alberto De Maria – (2019) Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology. Germany.
Gabriela Alfaro-Espinoza – (2019) Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology. Germany.
María V. Gracia Alván Vargas - (2019)
Francesco Romaniello - (2018) Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Italy.
Georgios Kladis - (2018) Master Student - Technical University of Denmark
Linde Kampers - (2018) Wageningen University
Suvi Santala - (2018) Tampere University of Technology. Finland.
Jiří Damborský - (2019) Masaryk University. Czech Republic.