Nicholas Tang

Education:

Degree: PhD in BME, 2017 (Expected)

Advisor: Ashutosh Chilkoti

Research Project: Sequence Determinants of Syntactomer Behavior

Research Interests:

PUBLICATIONS

  1. N. C. Tang & A. Chilkoti (2016). Combinatorial codon scrambling enables scalable synthesis and aplification of repetitive proteins. Nature Materials, 15(4), 419-424.
  2. N. Tang, S. Ma, J. Tian (2013). New tools for cost-effective DNA. Synthetic Biology (Vol. 1, pp. 3-21). Elsevier Inc.
  3. S. Ma, N. Tang & J. Tian (2012). DNA synthesis, assembly, and applications in synthetic biology. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 16(3): 260-267.
  4. J. Quan, I. Saaem, N. Tang, S. Ma, N. Negre, H. Gong, K. White, J. Tian (2011). Parallel on-chip gene synthesis and application to optimization of protein expression. Nature Biotechnology, 29(5), 449-452.
  5. F. Reza, N. Tang, ... J. Tian (2007). Engineering novel synthetic biologicla systems. Synthetic Biology, IET, 1(1.2), 48-52).

POSTERS

  1. Combinatorial codon scrambling. Research Computing Symposium, 2016.
  2. Microfluidic tools for high throughput assembly of smart peptide polymers. Kewaunee Lecture, 2013.
  3. Microfluidic tools for high throughput assembly of smart peptide polymers. BME Research Retreat, 2013.

AWARDS

  1. Pre-doctoral Fellow in the Duke CBTE (2012-2014)