ACADEMICS

Maura Collins Pavao, Ph.D.

Professor

Scientist with over ten years experience teaching Microbiology, Fermentation Technology, and Process Development related courses. Interests include microbiome studies using chemostat systems and large scale cultivation of animal cells to produce recombinant proteins.

Education

1991
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Biotechnology
BS
1995
Rutgers University
Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Ph.D.
Skills Microbiology Fermentation Technology Cell Culture and Tissue Engineering Process Development and GMPs

Achievements

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Faculty Minigrant
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Improving Teacher Quality Initiative of “No Child Left Behind”.
2007-2009
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Publications

  • Presentations
Talks
Interdependent gut microbial communities in chemostat systems. Presented at the BWH Pathology Research Celebration on April 7, 2017 Read More
Talks
A model system to study the lung microbiome. Presented at the Boston Bacterial Meeting, June 2018 Read More