Clement Chan

Biomedical Engineering
Assistant Professor
Clement Chan
Areas of Expertise:
  • Bioengineering and Health
About

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Education

Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry, 2011
Department of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Thesis: A systems-level analysis of dynamic reprogramming of RNA modifications in the translational control of cellular responses

B.S. in Chemistry, 2005
The University of Wisconsin-Madison

B.S. in Biochemistry, 2005
The University of Wisconsin-Madison

Publications
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Patents
  1. Chan, T.Y.C., Collins, J.J., Lee, J.W., and Cameron, D.E. (2017) Deadman and passcode microbial kill switches. Patent publication number WO 2017/059245 A3.
  2. Seyedsayamdost, M.R., Xie, J., Chan, C.T.Y., Alfonta, L., Schultz, P.G., and Stubbe, J. (2014). Genetic incorporation of 3-aminotyrosine into reductases. Patent publication number US8673591 B2.
Honors and Awards
2018-2019 Teaching and Learning Award
Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, UT Tyler