|Title||Compl Biologist Res Sci/Engr|
|School||Lawrence Berkeley National Lab|
|Address||1 Cyclotron Road|
Berkeley CA 94720
Chris Petzold is a research scientist with Berkeley Lab’s Physical Biosciences Division. He obtained his Ph. D. in Chemistry from Purdue University with emphasis in gas-phase ion chemistry and mass spectrometric methods development. After graduating from Purdue, he performed his post-doctoral work at UC-Berkeley focusing on application of mass spectrometry to glycomics and lipidomics research. Chris joined Jay Keasling’s research group in 2005 as part of the team tasked to understand the impact of metabolic engineering on the host microbe via systems biology. His recent work focuses on developing analytic solutions to problems facing metabolic engineering. Recent work has focused on applying quantitative proteomics to further rational design and optimization of novel metabolic pathways for a wide variety applications.
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