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Jake Gaines

Halogenase Biocatalysis B.S. Chemistry, Loyola University Chicago

Payal

Artificial Metalloenzymes and non-native enzyme catalysis B.S. Chemistry, University of Delhi M.S. Chemistry, Indiana Institute of Technology, Bombay

Prabir Saha

Artificial Metalloenzymes B.S. Chemistry, University of Calcutta M.S. Chemistry, Indiana Institute of Technology, Kanpur

Amardeep Kumar

Non-native enzyme catalysis B.S. Chemistry, University of Delhi M.S. Chemistry, IIT Bombay Papers: Controlling Non-Native B12 Reactivity and Catalysis in the Transcription Factor CarH

Caitlin Roof

Halogenase Engineering B.S. Chemistry (Comparative Lit. minor), Indiana University

Qian (Bridgette) Du

Halogenase Engineering and Polymer Degradation B.A. Biochemistry/Chemistry, University of California, San Diego M.S. Biochemistry/Chemistry, University of California, San Diego

Dr. Bingqing Liu

Artificial Metalloenzymes B.S. Applied Chemistry, Hubei University M.S. Organic Chemistry, Hubei University Ph.D. Chemistry, North Dakota State University (with Wenfang Sun) Postdoc, University of South Florida (with Xiaopeng Li) Papers: Controlling the Optical and Catalytic Properties of Artificial Metalloenzyme Photocatalysts Using Chemogenetic Engineering Metal-Responsive Regulation of Enzyme Catalysis Using Genetically Encoded Chemical Switches

Yuhua Jiang

Halogenase Biocatalysis B.S. Chemistry Nankai University Papers: Flavin-Dependent Halogenases Catalyze Enantioselective Olefin Halocyclization. Controlling Non-Native B12 Reactivity and Catalysis in the Transcription Factor CarH

We are always looking for talented undergraduates who are excited to get into the lab and learn what research is all about! Please contact Prof. Lewis or a Lewis group member for more information. Current Undergraduate Researchers: Nicholas Honeycutt Harumi Shimano

Dr. Rui Huang

Artificial Metalloenzymes and kinase engineering B.S. Biotechnology, Sun Yat-sen University M.S. Microbiology, Sun Yat-sen University Ph.D. Biological Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech. (Zhang Lab) Papers: Engineering Dirhodium Artificial Metalloenzymes for Diazo Coupling Cascade Reactions A High-throughput Method for Directed Evolution of NAD(P)+ dependent Dehydrogenases for the Reduction of Biomimetic Nicotinamide Analogues