Michelle Chang: Pathways to Next-Gen Fuel | GenomeWeb

Recommended by: Drew Endy, Stanford University

When Michelle Chang was considering what to do for her postdoc, she realized that it might be more interesting to study how enzymes function in living cells. So she joined Jay Keasling's lab at the University of California, Berkeley. Chang, who did her graduate work in mechanistic enzymology, says that "in metabolic engineering, we try to translate and ask how enzymes and catalysts work in vivo instead."

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