[ASC-list] brisbane eventAIBN Seminar: Associate Professor Stevens Brumbley, University of North Texas
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Associate Professor Stevens Brumbley, Department of Biological Sciences,
University of North Texas (UNT)
Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates in Plant Peroxisomes
Friday 14 September 2012
Physiology Lecture Theatres (Building 63) - Lecture Theatre 360
Dr. Stevens Brumbley joined the faculty at the University of North Texas
(UNT) Department of Biological Sciences as an Associate Professor in
January 2011. He has an adjunct appointment in the Department of
Material Science and Engineering. He is part of a new research cluster
on bioproducts based at UNT. He is also a Principle Research Fellow here
at the AIBN.
Dr. Brumbley received a BA in Biology from the University of Oregon in
1985 and a PhD in Plant Pathology at the University of Georgia in 1991.
His PhD studies focused on molecular plant-microbe interactions.
His primary research interests are in plant metabolic engineering for
production of bio-based chemicals. His presentation today will discuss
progress in engineering sugarcane as a biofactory for production of
polyhydroxyalkanoates, a class of biodegradable and biorenewable
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