Asher Williams, Ph.D.
Outside the Lab
Our recently published manuscripts describe
our efforts developing
cell-free & E. coli-based platforms for producing conjugate vaccines against enteric infections.
I was the keynote speaker at Columbia University's Annual Women in Science and Engineering Conference, to inspire women from all backgrounds to pursue graduate degrees and careers in STEM.
I served as co-chair for the session: "Cell and Tissue Engineering: Engineering the Immune Response" at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers' Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ.
In July 2023, I will be joining the Department of Chemical Engineering at Columbia University as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering!
I wrote an op-ed for The Boston Globe discussing some of what we know about the SARS-CoV-2 BA.5 Omicron subvariant and what we should be doing to prepare.