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Karmella Haynes, who recently joined the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering as an assistant professor, has been elected to be a councilor for the Institute of Biological Engineering.

In that role she will lead one of the committees of the organization, which supports engineers and scientists involved in biological systems analysis and design to help solve global challenges in environment and resource management, energy, health care and sustainability.

Haynes earned a doctoral degree in molecular genetics at Washington University in St. Louis. Before coming to ASU, she was a post-doctoral research fellow in synthetic biology at Harvard Medical School.

Look for an expanded report about Haynes and her work in the near future.

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