Dr. Samantha Levine
Elex Biotechnology (2018)
Beatty Lab: Postdoctoral Scholar (2014 - 2017)
Design and application of small molecule probes for studying the mycobacterial hydrolases
K.R. Tallman, S.R. Levine, K.E. Beatty. “Small Molecule Probes Reveal Esterases with Persistent Activity in Dormant and Reactivating Mycobacterium tuberculosis.” ACS Infectious Diseases 9(2), 936-944 (2016).
K.R. Tallman, S.R. Levine, K.E. Beatty. “Identification of active lipases in Mycobacterium tuberculosis using new far-red fluorogenic probes.” ACS Chemical Biology 11(7), 1810-1815 (2016).
S.R. Levine, K.E. Beatty. “Synthesis of a far-red fluorophore and its use as an esterase probe in living cells.” Chem. Commun., 52, 1835-1838 (2016).
California Institute of Technology (B.S. in Chemistry)
CSU-Fort Collins (Ph.D. in Chemistry)
Mahwah, New Jersey