Faculty of Natural Sciences, Imperial College London
Greta Zubaite, a Ph.D. student at Imperial College London working on artificial/biohybrid cell generation and application.
She finished her Biochemistry bachelor's and Master's degrees at Vilnius University, Lithuania. During this time she used droplet microfluidics to work on cell-free protein expression using DNA microparticles.
She had an internship at the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, where she studied Huntington disease yeast model morphology using CryO EM. She also had the chance to do an internship at the University of Cambridge, where she explored double emulsion and liposome generation using droplet microfluidics.
Visit website: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/g.zubaite18
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Greta Zubaite News
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Nano Magazine - 14-Jun-2022
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