David Wood | Associate Professor of Chemical and Bio molecular Engineer
The Ohio State University | United States

David Wood, Associate Professor of Chemical and Bio molecular Engineer, The Ohio State University

David Wood is an Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at The Ohio State University.  He received his undergraduate degree from Caltech in 1990 with a double major in Chemical Engineering and Molecular Biology, and has worked in commodity-scale fermentation development at CP Kelco, manufacturing of Neupogen® at Amgen, and downstream biologics process development at Bristol Myers Squibb.  He completed his PhD in 2001 at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and held a previous faculty position at Princeton, where he received the NSF Career Award.  He holds two patents on intein-based technologies, one of which forms the core of his current work on disruptive innovations in downstream bioprocessing.  Overall, he is considered an expert in protein purification using self-cleaving tag methods, and plasmids based on his work have been requested by close to 250 laboratories worldwide.


Cell Culture World Congress 24th May @ 09:40

A non-Fc parallel to Protein A: A universal platform for tagless and traceless capture of non-mAb targets

Cell Culture Master
  • Development of a robust and reliable self-cleaving tag capture resin
  • Case studies and results for recent biosimilars
  • Comparisons to Protein A from a regulatory and process impact standpoint

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