Emily Yasi wins the Helmsley Fellowship to attend the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Course on Advanced Sequence Technologies and Applications. Congratulations!
Amy Ehrenworth gives a talk at the AIChE meeting in the session "Advances and Biocatalysis and Biosynthesis"!
New graduate student Nick Kruyer joins the lab!
Prof. Peralta-Yahya wins the Samsung Global Research Outreach competition in the field of bioremediation.
Prof. Peralta-Yahya presents the laboratory's work at SEED and SIMB!
Stephen Sarri and Emily Yasi present posters at the GRC Biocatalysis!
Dr. Kuntal Mukherjee moves on and goes to work with Prof. Matthew Torres at Georgia Tech. Good Luck!
Vincent Peterson graduates with a M.S. in Chemistry. Congratulations! He is going to Emory to work with Prof. Ichiro Matsumura.
Emily Yasi passes her Ph.D. qualifying exams. Congratulations!
The Peralta-Yahya research group is part of the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Our group is developing foundational technologies to more rapidly and effectively engineer biological systems for chemical synthesis. We work on three research areas: the development of GPCR-based chemical sensors, the microbial production of alkaloids, and the microbial production of high-density fuels.