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May 2016 – Congrats to Shangzhong Li who won the poster award at the Cell Culture Engineering conference!

Jan, 2016 – Our CHO research was highlighted in Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News!

Nov 2014 – Check out our new paper on predictive glycoengineering in Metabolic Engineering

Oct, 2015 – Alex Thomas and Vanessa Thomas both successfully defended their theses!

Sept, 2015 – Philipp Spahn won the poster award at the 2015 Peace Conference!

Aug, 2015 – Anders Bech Bruntse did amazing at his master’s thesis defense. Congrats!

Feb, 2015 – Congratulations to Shangzhong Li and Joanne Liu! Both were awarded FISP fellowships!

Jan 2015 – Alex Thomas and Hooman Hefzi both received travel awards to PepTalk 2015! Thanks for saving the lab $$$!

Dec 2014 – Anders Bech Bruntse was awarded a Novo Scholarship for his Masters studies!

Nov 2014 – See a recent podcast describing our work on CHO cells

Nov 2014 – Check out our new paper on our 4-day neuron stem cell differentiation in Molecular Systems Biology

Oct 2014 – Jahir Gutierrez won the international Roche & OBR: Game Changing Innovation competition. Congrats!!

July 2014 – Jahir Gutierrez was awarded a CONACYT fellowship for his PhD studies!

Mar, 2014 – Congratulations to Alex Thomas advanced to PhD candidacy!

Feb, 2014 – Congratulations to Shangzhong Li and Jahir Gutierrez for passing their quals and joining the UCSD bioengineering PhD program!

Dec, 2013 – Sources of error in next-gen sequencing, and how replicates may help… our work in Nature Reviews Genetics.

Sept, 2013 – After a short stay at Brigham Young University, I will be starting a new group in the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine! There my group will focus on mammalian systems biology and CHO cell bioprocessing.

Sept, 2013 – A new review on genome-scale modeling for cancer metabolism is out.

July, 2013 – The genomic sequences for the Chinese hamster and multiple Chinese hamster ovary cells have now been published

August, 2012 – ‘Promiscuous’ Enzymes Still Prevalent in Metabolism: Challenges Fundamental Notion of Enzyme Specificity and Efficiency

July, 2011 – The sequence of the CHO-K1 genome is now publically available

December, 2010 – Metabolism models hold clues to Alzheimer’s mystery