In Silico Design Tools for Engineering Microbial Biocatalysts

Webinar organized by the International Metabolic Engineering Society and the Society for Biological Engineering
Originally delivered Nov 25, 2014
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Intermediate
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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Choosing from the great variety of computational tools now being utilized in the metabolic engineering field can be challenging. You need a computational tool that is able to account qualitatively and quantitatively for a wide range of different data types relevant to biological systems. This webinar provides a practical overview to help understand the various in silico design tools for engineering microbial biocatalysts.

Take a look at your agenda:

  • A computational approach to understanding and predicting cell behavior
  • In silico design tools — a valuable overview
  • How computational methods are being used in metabolic engineering today
  • Case studies: Two success stories from the real world
Presenter(s): 

Jennifer Reed

Jennifer Reed is the Harvey D. Spangler Faculty Scholar in the College of Engineering and Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research interests involve building, analyzing, and utilizing metabolic and regulatory models of organisms involved in bioremediation, biofuels, and pharmaceutical applications.Read more

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