Dr. Sarina Bromberg

Sarina’s expertise is in molecular physics, with a particular emphasis in biological problems related to biopolymers. She is knowledgeable in topics ranging from landscape architecture to electrical engineering. As a Connecticut State High Technology Teaching Fellow at Wesleyan University, where she completed her PhD, Sarina designed and taught courses in protein chemistry and thermodynamics for molecular biology students. She continued working in theory of protein folding in the laboratory of Dr. Ken Dill at UCSF. She and Professor Dill wrote the textbook, Molecular Driving Forces. Since working in the Dill lab and ever since, Sarina has enjoyed editing grants and papers to help students and scientists for whom English is a second language. Currently she editing several engineering textbooks and manuals.

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