Congratulations to Sofia Esquivel Elizondo who graduated from Dr. Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown's lab with a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment. Her thesis is titled Microbial Communities Involved in Carbon Monoxide and Syngas Conversion to Biofuels and Chemicals. Sofia has been a Graduate Research Assistant for the Swette Center for Environmental Biotechnology and the Center for Biomediated and Bioinspired Geoteechnics. She has been nominated for the Dean’s dissertation award. She is a CONACyT scholarship awardee, a GPSA grant reviewer, and has published 5+ papers during Ph.D. career.
Swette Center members Juan Maldonado Ortiz and Sofia Esquivel Elizondo serve as Science Mentors during Chief Science Officer Day at Biodesign
Our own Juan Maldonado and Sofia Esquivel spent a day with high school and middle school students from all over Arizona who participate the Chief Science Officer program organized by the Arizona SciTech Festival. See the full article here.
Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown and Daewook Kang host Korean PBS (EBS) to share Fecal Microbiota Transplant study results
Korean PBS interviewed Dr. Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown, Dr. Daewook Kang, and Dr. James Adams to discuss promising FMT research results featured in a three-part YouTube series, below.
Title: 미생물 인간 (roughly translates to “Microbiome Human”)