William Henry Dow Professor of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
areas of expertise: biotechnology, biofuels
Gregory Stephanopoulos is a professor of chemical engineering at MIT. He received his BS from the National Technical University of Athens, his MS from the University of Florida and his PhD from the University of Minnesota, all in chemical engineering. Upon finishing his doctorate in 1978, he joined the chemical engineering faculty of Caltech, and in 1985 he was appointed to his position at MIT, where he has been ever since.
He served as associate director of the Biotechnology Process Engineering Center from 1990 to 1997 and has been a member of the international faculty of the Technical University of Denmark since 2001. He is also the Taplin Professor of Health Sciences and Technology, Instructor of Bioengineering at Harvard Medical School and the W. and H. Dow Professor of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology.
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