Slava Epstein

Professor, Northeastern University

Dr. Slava Epstein received his Ph.D in Microbial Ecology from the Russian National Academy of Sciences in 1986. In 1992 he joined the biology faculty at Northeastern University in 1992. Dr. Epstein and his colleague at Northeastern, Dr. Kim Lewis, are famous for an innovation called the iChip, which solved the problem of obtaining new microbe candidates for antibiotics and for the development of a breakthrough antibiotic they called Teixobactin. For this dual breakthrough Drs. Epstein and Lewis received numerous honors.

Dr. Slava Epstein received his Ph.D in Microbial Ecology from the Russian National Academy of Sciences in 1986. In 1992 he joined the biology faculty at Northeastern University in 1992. Dr. Epstein and his colleague at Northeastern, Dr. Kim Lewis, are famous for an innovation called the iChip, which solved the problem of obtaining new microbe candidates for antibiotics and for the development of a breakthrough antibiotic they called Teixobactin. For this dual breakthrough Drs. Epstein and Lewis received numerous honors.

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www.northeastern.edu