Maurizio Mormino

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Biology and Biological Engineering, Industrial Biotechnology

Graduated at Pisa University, Maurizio has a background in Biochemistry and System Biology, with microscopy as main field of expertise. As a PhD student at Chalmers University of Technology, his research focuses on the development of genetic biosensors for yeast that report intracellular the concentration of biochemicals produced by the cells or inhibitors found in the raw material. The biosensors developed can be used to find more efficient cell factories with improved tolerance towards inhibitors or increased production of biochemicals. Efficient cell factories are crucial for a more efficient biochemical conversion of renewable carbon sources needed for a transition into a resource-efficient society.

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High-througput screening av nya jäststammar med hjälp av biosensorer

Yvonne Nygård Industrial Biotechnology
Maurizio Mormino Industrial Biotechnology
Ollie och Elof Ericssons stiftelser


Genetic biosensors for developing better cell factories for production of platform chemicals

Yvonne Nygård Industrial Biotechnology
Lisbeth Olsson Industrial Biotechnology
Verena Siewers Systems and Synthetic Biology
Maurizio Mormino Industrial Biotechnology
Ollie och Elof Ericssons stiftelser

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