| John March, Ph.D.
| 220 Riley Robb
|Signal transduction engineering, synthetic biology, bacterial gene therapy, metabolic engineering|
John March joined the faculty in 2005 after completing his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD. Before that he earned an M.S. in Biological Engineering at the University of Georgia in Athens, GA. He worked for several years as a research engineer prior to completing his M.S.
The current research in the March lab is focused on metabolic signal transduction. Cellular populations respond to their environments through almost instantaneous signaling cascades, which can completely change cellular metabolism and physiology. The March lab is working to understand cellular metabolism and signaling and to use these systems to develop novel technologies. Please see the Metabolic and Signal Engineering Lab homepage for more information.