Andrew Udit’s research in Chemical Biology focuses on perturbing coagulation with virus nanoparticles, and catalysis using enzymes.
Professor Udit completed undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto in 2000 with an emphasis in biophysical chemistry and received the E.A. Robinson Medal for graduating first from a class of hundreds. Udit then pursued graduate studies at the California Institute of Technology under Frances H. Arnold and Harry B. Gray where he studied bioelectrocatalysis with fellowships from NSERC and the Willits Foundation. After receiving his Ph.D. in 2005 he was awarded a HHMI teaching-research fellowship to undertake work at Occidental College under Michael G. Hill.
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