Dr. Kathryn E Livingston
About Dr. Kathryn E Livingston
Dr. Kathryn E Livingston is currently a Product Manager at Gator Bio, a biotechnology company providing solutions to researchers studying protein-protein interactions. Kathryn obtained her BS in Chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University and went on to receive a Ph.D. in Pharmacology at the University of Michigan. Working under the supervision of Dr. John Traynor,
Kathryn worked to develop and understand first-in-class allosteric modulators of opioid receptors. Research into their mechanism of action in purified systems formed the base of her thesis work. Following this, Kathryn did a post-doctoral fellowship at UCSF in the laboratory of Dr. Mark von Zastrow. There she researched the beta-2 adrenergic receptor and developed assays to investigate real-time activity in intact cellular systems. Kathryn’s passion is developing solutions to problems in whatever form is most efficient: novel instrumentation, novel methods, or novel communication.
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