Jorge H. Santoyo-Garcia
PhD Student: Integrated Bioprocessing
Integrated Bioprocess design, developing novel high throughput production and recovery methods of high value natural products from different living organisms using novel adsorbent systems.
I would like to collaborate on testing or designing new adsorbent materials and non-pollutant solvents to optimise bioprocesses.
Postgraduate Researcher – University of Edinburgh – Institute for Bioengineering (January 2019 – Present)
Tutor and Lab Demonstrator University of Edinburgh School of Biology and School of Engineering (January 2020 – Present)
Director of the biobusiness engineer program. Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Sinaloa (November 2015 – November 2018) Culiacan, Sinaloa, México.
PhD Bioengineering – University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
MSc Bio-Business and Medical Sciences – University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering – Bachelor in science ITESM, Monterrey Mexico
Taxanes enhancement production and recovery
Optimisation using plant cells
Development of new adsorption systems
Downstream-related equipment (advanced)
Synthetic biology related equipment (medium)
Music (mostly Rock)
Hiking and Biking