Christer Larsson

Professor, Microbial Physiology,
Biology and Biological Engineering, Systems and Synthetic Biology

Dr Christer Larsson is Professor at the division of Systems and Synthetic Biology. He has a long standing interest in yeast physiology, regulation of metabolic pathways and the importance of energy- and redox status of yeast cells. The research is applied in industrial bioethanol production projects as well as metabolic engineering projects for developing the yeast S. cerevisiae into a cell factory for production of various fuels and chemicals.

Responsible for undergraduate teaching at the division for Life Sciences

Course examiner:

Metabolism and Applied Microbiology (KMB041) (9 credits)

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (KBB032) (7.5 credits)

Published: Mon 20 Feb 2017.