Andrew D. Brabban teaches molecular biology and biochemistry, focusing particularly on developing biotechnologies for agriculture, industry, and health care that improve the efficiency of a modern process or improve quality of life. His research includes the study of bacteriophages as model organisms in molecular genetics, as major players in microbial ecology, and as therapeutically important antimicrobials. He holds a Ph.D. in genetics and microbiology from the University of Liverpool, where he also earned a B.S. in microbial biotechnology.
B.S., Microbial Biotechnology, University of Liverpool, U.K., 1989; Ph.D., Genetics and Microbiology, University of Liverpool, U.K., 1992.