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B.S. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1999Ph.D. University of Delaware, 2006Post-Doc: University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 2006-2009

"We utilize synthetic biology and protein engineering to address emergent challenges across diverse areas such as sustainable production of green materials, advanced biomanufacturing, improving drug bioavailability and combating antimicrobial resistance."

Bryan Berger, Associate Professor

Bryan received his BS in chemical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and his PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Delaware. He was a post-doctoral fellow in the department of biochemistry & biophysics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Currently Bryan is associate professor of chemical engineering with a joint appointment in biomedical engineering.

The Berger lab uses synthetic biology and protein engineering approaches to develop models of biochemical/biological processes, and uses these models to design new tools and technologies. This work is highly interdisciplinary, involving close collaborations with clinical, government and industrial research groups.

Work in the Berger group is funded by grants from the NIH, NSF and industrial partners. Bryan is the recipient of an NSF CAREER award, and serves on the editorial board of Biochemical Engineering Journal.

First Name: 
Bryan
Position: 
Associate Professor
Email: 
bryan.berger@virginia.edu
Computing ID: 
bwb2k@virgina.edu
Phone: 
(434) 924-2016
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Topical Area: 
Electronics
Biomedicine
Energy & the Environment
Research Interests: 

Synthetic biology

Biomanufacturing

Biofilm

Protein engineering

Biomineralization

Biosurfactants

Drug formulation and delivery

Membrane biophysics