NanoES faculty member Eric Klavins and his team are engineering a toolbox of synthetic biological parts to create new living systems. The Klavins research group maintains lab and office space on the third floor of the NanoES building.
The UW College of Engineering features Dr. David Younger, a postdoc in the lab of NanoES faculty member Eric Klavins. Younger is the founder/CEO of A-Alpha Bio, a spinout focused on accelerating drug development by providing quantitative and high-throughput measurements of protein-protein interactions.
The team behind A-Alpha Bio, including David Younger, a postdoc in the lab of Eric Klavins and A-Alpha Bio CEO, won the $15,000 grand prize at the 2018 Hollomon Health Innovation Challenge.