Postdoctoral Researchers (MIT)

Graduate Students (MIT Ph.D)

Postdoctoral Researchers (University of Illinois)

  • Dr. Won Shik Kwon, 1997-1998.

Graduate Students (University of Illinois Ph.D)

  • Bannister, Sarah, “Increasing Heterologous Protein Secretion from the Yeast S. cerevisiae Through Manipulation of Cellular Redox Factors,” 2000. Associate Director, Alternative and Public Interest Careers, University of Oregon School of Law.
  • VanAntwerp, Jennifer, “Affinity Maturation of the D1.3 Antibody Using Yeast Surface Display and Flow Cytometry,” 1999. Calvin College
  • Shusta, Eric, “The Production of Recombinant Immunoglobulin Superfamily Proteins in the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae,” 1999. University of Wisconsin at Madison
  • Boder, Eric, “Molecular Engineering of a Single Chain Fv Antibody Fragment to Femtomolar Affinity,” 1999. University of Tennessee – Knoxville.
  • Kowalski, Jean, “The Effect of Stability and Surface Charge Distribution on Secretion of Bovine Pancreatic Trypsin Inhibitor from Yeast,” 1998. McKinsey & Co
  • Parekh, Rajesh, “Disulfide Formation Kinetics of a Model Protein (BPTI) in Yeast,” 1996. Leader of McKinsey’s Asia Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products Practice, McKinsey & Co.
  • Shaw, Mark, “Gene Amplification for the Improved Secretion of Foreign Proteins in the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae,” 1995. Senior R&D Manager, Beckman Coulter.
  • Farrell nee Arnold, Caron, “Targeting and Translocation Mechanisms in the Secretory Pathway of the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae,” 1995. Child Psychiatry, Austin, TX
  • Robinson, Anne, “The Role of BiP and PDI in Foreign Protein Secretion in Yeast,” 1994. (co-advised with Prof. Douglas Lauffenburger) Tulane University.