Cameron defends his PhD thesis
Congratulations to Cameron Glasscock who defended his PhD thesis on April 29, 2019! His thesis focused on genetic tools and approaches for engineering metabolism and metabolic pathways. Specifically, Cameron developed and introduced new synthetic biology technologies, particularly involving new advances in RNA gene expression regulation, that have the potential to speed the pace of cellular engineering and enhance the production capabilities of engineered cells. The project represents a collaboration between the DeLisa group at Cornell and the Lucks group at Northwestern. Cameron is now pursuing a postdoc position after which he plans to become a professor.