The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) has named Michael Domach, professor of chemical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, associate editor of Biotechnology Progress, a journal published on its behalf by Wiley-Blackwell. Domach will succeed to the editorship after a period of transition with Jerome Schultz, chair of the Department of Bioengineering at the University of California, Riverside, who has edited Biotechnology Progress since 1989.
In announcing the appointment, AIChE Executive Director June Wispelwey, thanked Schultz for his distinguished service, and cited Domach’s experience as a program director with the National Science Foundation, as the former head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon, and as an author. She believes this background “equips Mike Domach to build on Jerry Schultz’s strengths and legacy, and bring the journal even greater visibility with new audiences and new researchers.” Wispelwey thanked Mark Stadtherr of the University of Notre Dame, who chairs the Institute’s Publication Committee, and Michael Shuler of Cornell University, who chaired the Search Committee, for their service in the editorial selection.
Biotechnology Progress, founded by AIChE in 1984, is also the official journal of the Society for Biological Engineering. It features research reports, reviews, and descriptions of new developments in the design of new processes, products, and devices for the biotechnology and bioprocess industries. Among the fields covered are cellular physiology and metabolic engineering, biocatalysts and bioreactor design, bioseparations and downstream processing, cell culture and tissue engineering, biosensors and process control, bioinformatics and systems biology, biomaterials and artificial organs, stem cell biology and genetics, and plant biology and food science. For more information, visit www. biotechprog.com.
Established in 2004, the Society for Biological Engineering is a technological community for engineers and applied scientists integrating biology with engineering. Members of SBE come from a broad spectrum of industries and disciplines and share in SBE’s mission of realizing the benefits of bioprocessing, biomedical and biomolecular applications. More information is available at http://bio.aiche.org.
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