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Dr. Brett Savary
Research Associate Professor of Protein Chemistry
- Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Plant Physiology, Ph.D.
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Botany, M.S.
- Iowa State University, Ames, Biology, B.S.
- MBS 7123, Topics in Molecular Biosciences ("Plant cell wall polysaccharides and related enzyme systems")
- MBS 6251, Techniques in Molecular Biosciences ("Essential tools for protein analysis and purification" and "Protein identification by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry")
- AGRI 6361, Grad seminar ("Introduction to writing funding proposals")
- Development of polysaccharide-modifying enzyme systems for tailoring functional properties of pectin and arabinoxylan and oligosaccharides derived from them.
- Isolation and analysis of functional protein and polysaccharide components from rice and bioenergy crop processing fractions.
- Understanding the root-specific cell wall biochemistry using sugar beet hairy root cultures.
- American Chemical Society
- American Society for Plant Physiologists
- Society for Industrial Microbiology
- Research Associate Professor of Protein Chemistry, Arkansas Bioscience Institute and College of Agriculture (October 2006 to present)
- Research Plant Physiologist, USDA-ARS, Wyndmoor, PA (January 2000 to September 2006)
- Postdoctoral Research Associate, USDA-ARS, Wyndmoor, PA (September 1995 to December 1999)
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Building: Arkansas Biosciences Institute