Dwight Deay

Ph.D. Candidate
Biochemistry and Biophysics
Primary office:
2116 Integrated Science Building (ISB)


Summary

Advisor: Mark Richter
Research Interests:  ATP synthase structure/function, Design and optimization of flavin containing oxidase enzymes for biosensor applications

Hometown:  Des Moines, Iowa

Education

B.S. in Biochemistry - University of Kansas (2008)

Selected Awards & Honors

NIGMS Biotechnology Training Grant


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