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Paul Hudson

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Associate professor

Details

Address
Tomtebodavägen 23A, Solna
SciLifeLab

Researcher


About me

Learn more about my research group at Hudsonlab.se.

I am an associate professor (2018) in the Department of Protein Science at the CBH school. My group is fully located at Science for Life Laboratory in Solna.

My research is on the metabolism of bacteria that fix carbon dioxide. Energy sources for these bacteria can be sunlight, hydrogen, other gases, or metals. The main focus is on photosynthetic cyanobacteria and hydrogen oxidizing bacteria that use the Calvin Cycle.  An ultimate goal is to engineer the metabolism so that these bacteria fix CO2 and can convert it into chemicals and fuels at high rates. To do this, we use metabolic engineering, synthetic biology, and systems biology. For a publication list, see Paul Hudson Google Scholar Profile (nom de plume Elton P. Hudson)

I am also engaged in teaching. I am course responsible for Gene Technology (Year 1), a graduate level seminar series on Metabolic Engineering, and give guest lectures in Chemical Engineering courses.


Courses

Degree Project in Chemistry, Second Cycle (KD200X), examiner | Course web

Gene Technology (BB1190), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Higher Seminar in Metabolic Engineering I (FCB3041), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Higher Seminar in Metabolic Engineering II (FCB3042), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Higher Seminar in Metabolic Engineering III (FCB3043), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Higher Seminar in Metabolic Engineering IV (FCB3044), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Microbiology (BB1030), examiner | Course web

Resource recovery from waste (KE2355), teacher | Course web