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Ben Levin

Ben is a fourth year graduate student who studies glycyl radical enzymes (GREs). GREs are highly abundant in the human gut, but, with only several exceptions, are poorly understood. Although challenging to study due to their extreme oxygen sensitivity, their widespread distribution in human gut microbiomes underscores how important it is to understand their roles and functions.

B.S., University of Michigan, Marsh Lab

blevin[at]fas[dot]harvard[dot]edu