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Eric Young

Eric finished his doctoral experience under guidance of Dr. Danny C. Ducat. His primary work created a library of scaffolding modules addressable for the spatial-temporal organization of biological matter at the nanoscale. He has continued research on nanoscale spatial-temporal organization strategies as a Research Affiliate at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and Postdoctoral Researcher at Michigan State University with mentorship by Cheryl A. Kerfeld and funding through NSF ProteoCell. Eric’s other areas of career interest include fostering science communication and outreach through accessible mediums and entrepreneurial activities. 

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