User:Sara Chuang

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*2018 (expected), PhD, Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
*2018 (expected), PhD, Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
*2013, BS, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University
*2013, BS, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University
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==Publications==
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#Campbell, E., Chuang, S., and Banta, S. (2013) “Modular exchange of substrate-binding loops alters both substrate and cofactor specificity in a member of the aldo-keto reductase superfamily” Protein Engineering, Design and Selection 26(3) 181-186.
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==Research interests==
==Research interests==
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*Effects of protein stability on different surfaces (2011-2012)
*Effects of protein stability on different surfaces (2011-2012)
*Mutating an enzyme for use in bio fuel cells (2010-2011)
*Mutating an enzyme for use in bio fuel cells (2010-2011)
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==Work Experience==
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*Drug Science Product Techology Summer Intern at Bristol Myers Squibb (Summer 2013)
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**Silicone Oil, Water and Protein Interactions
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*Chemical Development Summer Intern at Bristol Myers Squibb (Summer 2012)
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**Scale-up of a Packed Bed Reactor
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==Research Skills==
==Research Skills==
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*Aspen Modeling
*Aspen Modeling
*Micro-Flow Imaging
*Micro-Flow Imaging
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==Work Experience==
 
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*Drug Science Product Techology Summer Intern at Bristol Myers Squibb (Summer 2013)
 
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**Silicone Oil, Water and Protein Interactions
 
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*Chemical Development Summer Intern at Bristol Myers Squibb (Summer 2012)
 
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**Scale-up of a Packed Bed Reactor
 
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==Publications==
 
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#Campbell, E., Chuang, S., and Banta, S. (2013) “Modular exchange of substrate-binding loops alters both substrate and cofactor specificity in a member of the aldo-keto reductase superfamily” Protein Engineering, Design and Selection 26(3) 181-186.
 

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Contact Info

Sara Chuang
Sara Chuang

I worked as an undergraduate researcher in the Banta Protein Engineering Lab at Columbia University (2010-2013).

Education

  • 2018 (expected), PhD, Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
  • 2013, BS, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University

Publications

  1. Campbell, E., Chuang, S., and Banta, S. (2013) “Modular exchange of substrate-binding loops alters both substrate and cofactor specificity in a member of the aldo-keto reductase superfamily” Protein Engineering, Design and Selection 26(3) 181-186.


Research interests

  1. Protein Engineering
  2. Pharmaceuticals
  3. Drug Delivery

Research Projects

Current Project:

Past Projects:

  • Analyzing interactions of super charged proteins on surfaces (2012-2013)
  • Effects of protein stability on different surfaces (2011-2012)
  • Mutating an enzyme for use in bio fuel cells (2010-2011)

Work Experience

  • Drug Science Product Techology Summer Intern at Bristol Myers Squibb (Summer 2013)
    • Silicone Oil, Water and Protein Interactions
  • Chemical Development Summer Intern at Bristol Myers Squibb (Summer 2012)
    • Scale-up of a Packed Bed Reactor


Research Skills

  • Protein Expression in Ecoli
  • Protein His Trap Purification
  • FPLC (Fast Protein Liquid Chromatography)
  • Protein Structure analysis on Circular Dichroism
  • Gel electrophoresis
  • PCR, Ligations
  • Dynochem Modeling Software
  • Aspen Modeling
  • Micro-Flow Imaging
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