We develop high performance therapeutics and diagnostics using novel protein engineering methods. Our lab combines directed evolution and high-throughput experiments with structural biology and bioinformatics to elucidate biological processes and their clinical relevance.
Alexandra Zevalkink, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, has quickly developed a reputation for creating a positive learning environment in her classroom in her three years at MSU. Her students value her hands-on teaching style and her passion for helping students to connect course material to real-life engineering problems, such as through demonstrations and field trips. They cited her ability to explain difficult material effectively, with one student stating, “From a teaching standpoint alone, she is incredible.
March 16, 2018
Eleven receive top honors during 28th Annual Engineering Awards Luncheon