August 2017, Daniel successfully defends his PhD thesis. Congratulations!
August 2017, Precise control of lycopene production to enable a fast-responding, minimal-equipment biosensor is published in Metabolic Engineering.
May 2017, Rob successfully defends his PhD thesis. Congratulations!
March 2017, Madelyn wins a President’s Undergraduate Research Award for Summer 2017. Congratulations!
December 2016, Monica successfully proposes her research. Congratulations!
December 2016, Maren joins the group as a postdoc. Welcome!
November 2016, Monica wins Georgia Tech’s Three Minute Thesis Competition. Congratulations!
November 2016, McKenzie successfully defends her PhD thesis. Congratulations!
October 2016, Caroline wins a President’s Undergraduate Research Award for Spring 2017. Congratulations!
October 2016, Francisco Novais joins as a visiting scholar from the University of São Paulo. Welcome!
September 2016, April and Justin join the lab as bioengineering PhD students. Welcome!
July 2016, Daniel and Monica present their work at the annual Synthetic Biology: Engineering, Evolution & Design (SEED) conference in Chicago.
April 2016, Adam wins the AIChE Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award at the ChBE Student Honors Luncheon. Congratulations!
April 2016, Kelsey wins first place in the Air Products ChBE Undergraduate Research Symposium. Congratulations!
April 2016, Manav leads team Memora Health to first place in the Advanced Track of Georgia Tech’s Ideas to Serve (I2S) competition. Congratulations!
April 2016, Mark, Monica, and Daniel participate in the NSF Innovation-Corps program to explore commercialization of a micronutrient biosensor.
March 2016, Monica wins the grand prize in the CRIDC poster competition AND first place in the CRIDC Innovation competition. Congratulations!
January 2016, Yan joins the lab as a postdoc.
January 2016, A Multi-Modality CMOS Sensor Array for Cell-Based Assay and Drug Screening is published in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems.
December 2015, Kelsey wins a President’s Undergraduate Research Award for Spring 2016. Congratulations!
December 2015, From genome-scale data to models of infectious disease: A Bayesian network-based strategy to drive model development is published in Mathematical Biosciences.
December 2015, Janet wins the Biotechnology Teacher of the Year award from Georgia Bio. Congratulations!
November 2015, Manipulation of metabolism in complex eukaryotic systems to control cellular state is published in Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering.
September 2015, Research on the development of novel diagnostics is highlighted in RSC’s Chemistry World.
September 2015, Precision metabolic engineering: The design of responsive, selective, and controllable metabolic systems is published in Metabolic Engineering.
September 2015, Precise metabolic engineering of carotenoid biosynthesis in Escherichia coli towards a low-cost biosensor is published in Metabolic Engineering.
September 2015, Rob’s paper and Sugantha’s paper are each named “Hot Articles” in Molecular Biosystems.
September 2015, Improved metabolite profile smoothing for flux estimation is published in Molecular Biosystems.
September 2015, Metabolomics identifies the intersection of phosphoethanolamine with menaquinone-triggered apoptosis in an in vitro model of leukemia is published in Molecular Biosystems.
August 2015, A tree-like Bayesian structure learning algorithm for small-sample datasets from complex biological model systems is published in BMC Systems Biology.
June 2015, Mark helps lead the inaugural meeting of the North American chapter of the Metabolomics Society.
June 2015, The Styczynski Lab moves to the brand new Engineering Biosystems Building.
April 2015, Monica wins the GT AIChE Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.
March 2015, Monica wins an NSF graduate research fellowship. Congratulations!
February 2015, OVCAR-3 spheroid-derived cells display distinct metabolic profiles is published in PLoS One.
February 2015, Katie’s paper in BMC Systems Biology named highly accessed.
January 2015, Monica joins the lab as a graduate student.
January 2015, Differential metabolite levels in response to spawning-induced inappetence in Atlantic salmon Salmo salar is published in Computational Biochemistry and Physiology Part D.
December 2014, Distinct metabolic responses of an ovarian cancer stem cell line is published in BMC Systems Biology.
December 2014, Addie wins a President’s Undergraduate Research Award for Spring 2015. Congratulations!
October 2014, Comparative transcriptomics and metabolomics in a rhesus macaque drug administration study is published in Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology.
August 2014, Amy wins a Metabolomics Society travel award. Congratulations!
July 2014, Katie successfully defends her thesis. Congratulations!
March 2014, Amy wins a GTRIC travel award. Congratulations!
August 2013, Rob, Amy, and Daniel successfully propose their research. Congratulations!
July 2013, Sugantha Moorthy joins the group as a postdoc.
June 2013, Applications of Metabolomics in Cancer Research is published in Journal of Carcinogenesis.
May 2013, Katie receives a Metabolomics Society Student Travel Award. Congratulations!
March 2013, Mark receives an NSF CAREER award. Congratulations!
March 2013, Anna receives a Fulbright fellowship AND an NSF Fellowship. Congratulations!
December 2012, Systematic Applications of Metabolomics in Metabolic Engineering is published in Metabolites.
November 2012, Weiwei Yin joins the group as a postdoc
August 2012, Khaldoon defends his Master’s thesis. Congratulations!
May 2012, McKenzie successfully proposes her research. Congratulations!
February 2012, Katie wins a GTRIC travel award. Congratulations!