User:Matthew De La Pena Mattoz

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I work in the [[Silver Lab]] at the Wyss Institute at Harvard Medical School.  I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from recommendation by Jay Keasling, and I've joined because Teaching Biochemical engineering classes.
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I work in the [[Silver Lab]] at the Wyss Institute at Harvard Medical School.
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# Metabolic engineering
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# Carbon fixation biochemistry
# Engineered environmental microbiological systems
# Engineered environmental microbiological systems
# Molecular microbiology
# Molecular microbiology
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// Imaging for plant biochemistry
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// Book chapter on central metabolism
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Matt Mattozzi
Matt Mattozzi
  • Matthew Mattozzi
  • Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering
  • 3 Blackfan Circle CLSB 528-13C
  • Boston, MA 02122
  • Email me with OpenWetWare

I work in the Silver Lab at the Wyss Institute at Harvard Medical School.

Education

  • 2008, PhD, UC Berkeley
  • 2002, BS, Harvey Mudd College

Research interests

  1. Metabolic engineering
  2. Carbon fixation biochemistry
  3. Engineered environmental microbiological systems
  4. Molecular microbiology
  5. Industrial microbiology

Publications

  1. Mattozzi Mde L and Keasling JD. . pmid:20196144. PubMed HubMed [mm1]
    Refactored metabolic pathway to degrade toxic substances

  2. de la Peña Mattozzi M, Tehara SK, Hong T, and Keasling JD. . pmid:17021221. PubMed HubMed [mm2]
    Refactored metabolic pathway to degrade toxic substances

  3. Hettinger JW, de la Peña Mattozzi M, Myers WR, Williams ME, Reeves A, Parsons RL, Haskell RC, Petersen DC, Wang R, and Medford JI. . pmid:10806220. PubMed HubMed [mm3]
    Imaging for plant biochemistry

  4. isbn:978-3-540-77584-3. [Book1]
    Book chapter on central metabolism

All Medline abstracts: PubMed HubMed

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