Nick Keul, Undergraduate Student
BS Biochemistry, Virginia Tech, Class of 2010
Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA
Period: Spring 2011-
Projects: purification of N-monooxygenases
Binda, C., Robinson, R., Martin del Campo, J.S., Keul, N., Rodriguez, P., Robinson, H.H., Mattevi, A., and Sobrado, P. (2015) An unprecedented NADPH-domain conformation in Lysine Monooxygenase NbtG provides insights into uncoupling of oxygen consumption from substrate hydroxylation. J. Biol. Chem. 290:12676-88.
Current Position: Graduate Student in the Department or Biochemistry, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. He obtained his PhD in 2019 and is now a scientist at Cellibre in San Diego, CA.