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People in Education: Ross Carlson joins MSU's Chemical and Biological Engineering Department

August 29, 2005

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Ross Carlson has joined Montana State University's Chemical and Biological Engineering Department as an assistant professor. His research areas include metabolic network analysis of microbial physiologies and metabolic engineering. He continues his association with the biofilm control research group in MSU's Center for Biofilm Engineering, where he investigates surface coatings strategies to retard or prevent biofilm formation on medical devices such as catheters. Carlson joined the CBE in 2004 as an assistant research professor after completing a post doctoral fellowship at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, where he earned his doctorate in chemical engineering in 2003.

Contact Elizabeth Brock, or 994-1564