Laura Hanzly

Laura Hanzly, PhD

Full Time Lecturer

Bioengineering

508-999-8219

508-999-9139

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Education

2019Virginia TechPhD
2015University at BuffaloMS
2013University at BuffaloBS

Teaching

  • BNG 319 Chemical Methods in Bioengineering
  • BNG 426/526 Metabolic Engineering

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

An engineering approach to microbiology and bio-based products. This course discusses cellular and organismal metabolic networks and the mathematical and experimental manipulation of those networks. The techniques of synthetic biology and metabolic flux analysis, core concepts in metabolic engineering, are focused on here.

An engineering approach to microbiology and bio-based products. This course discusses cellular and organismal metabolic networks and the mathematical and experimental manipulation of those networks. The techniques of synthetic biology and metabolic flux analysis, core concepts in metabolic engineering, are focused on here.

Introduction to engineering and computing with emphasis on development of problem solving skills through projects. The course is designed to increase the success of first year students. It includes an overview of majors in the college, and the importance of engaged learning. Team work, written and oral communication skills are covered. Ethical issues in engineering and computing are discussed.

Introduction to engineering and computing with emphasis on development of problem solving skills through projects. The course is designed to increase the success of first year students. It includes an overview of majors in the college, and the importance of engaged learning. Team work, written and oral communication skills are covered. Ethical issues in engineering and computing are discussed.

Introduction to engineering and computing with emphasis on development of problem solving skills through projects. The course is designed to increase the success of first year students. It includes an overview of majors in the college, and the importance of engaged learning. Team work, written and oral communication skills are covered. Ethical issues in engineering and computing are discussed.

Preparation for Honors thesis or project. Students should take this seminar no later than the semester BEFORE they plan to begin work on the project. The course explores topics such as creative and critical thinking, project and time management, research ethics, and public presentation. By the end of the semester, students will identify their project supervisor and submit their initial project proposal.

Research

Research Interests

  • Engineering Education
  • Biomanufacturing
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