Dr Stefanie Frank
Lecturer in Synthetic Biology
- Graduated from the Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena (Germany)
- Came to the UK in 2001 to work as a research technician in the group of Prof David Becker (UCL)
- Studied for a PhD in Biochemistry under the supervision of Prof Martin Warren (QMUL) elucidating the Vitamin B12 biosynthetic pathway
- Postdoctoral study at University of Kent worked on engineering of bacterial microcompartments for potential biotechnology applications.
- Awarded a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship in 2013
As a lecturer in Synthetic Biology Stefanie will work on the design and industrial application of enzyme localisation technologies with the aim to synthesise bio-therapeutic proteins and small molecule drugs. Her contribution to teaching will be in the areas of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology and Synthetic Biology.
Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in Synthetic Biology
Dept of Biochemical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering Science