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Liz Windham is a graduate student in the Biochemistry and Cell Biology PhD program, with a focus on synthetic biology and studying in Joff Silberg’s Lab. Windham is interested in various prospects in protein engineering as well as redox biology and trying to bring some aspects of redox biology into an in vitro setting. Currently, she is working on two different projects with two different versions of the same protein, sulfite reductase (SIR). After completing her degree, Windham hopes to continue doing research in the synthetic biology field.

Research Areas

Redox Biology, Oxidoreductases, Protein Engineering

Societies & Organizations

BS, Washington University in St. Louis, 2013

MA, Saint Louis University, 2016