Julia Rohlhill

University of Delaware, Doctoral Student, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, 2014 – present
University at Buffalo (SUNY), Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biological Engineering, minors in biotechnology and mathematics, 2010-2014

Research Project

Developing synthetic biology tools and strategies to engineer methylotrophic E. coli strains. These strains could utilize methanol as a carbon source to produce useful metabolites including butanol, for use as a transportation biofuel.

Honors & Awards

  • NIH Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) Fellow
  • Robert L. Pigford Fellowship

Technical Skills

  • E. coli cloning/molecular biology techniques
  • Flow Cytometry

Research Summary Keywords

  • Metabolic Engineering
  • Synthetic Biology
  • Promoter Engineering



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