Christine Kelly
Professor, Bioengineering
303 Gleeson Hall
2115 SW Campus Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
Research Interests: 

Biotechnology: Development of yeast and bacterial strains, through genetic engineering techniques, to produce valuable enzymes and products from waste biomass feed stocks. Optimization of cultivation conditions to achieve maximum product concentration. Effect of toxicants on wastewater treatment microbial communities. Teaching: regulation of drugs and medical devices, bioengineering design, and cell culture and tissue engineering applications.


Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, University of Tennessee, 1997.

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Last modified: 
08/06/2018 - 09:04