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Eugenia (Jane) Romantseva (Fed)

Engineer

Eugenia (Jane) Romantseva is a staff engineer supporting the Cellular Engineering Group. Her current research focuses on developing measurement assurance and tools towards improving reproducibility in cell-free expression. Jane is also part of the collaborative effort to leverage automation, specifically the NIST Living Measurement Systems Foundry, for high throughput measurements to advance genetic sensor engineering and address challenges in scalability for engineering with living measurement systems. 

In general, Jane is interested in expanding measurement tools and standards for engineering with non-model organisms and plants, leveraging micro- and nanoscale design and fabrication and 3D bioprinting toward the development of novel living materials, and expanding biological research in microgravity environments.

Jane received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University and a M.S. in Material Science and Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.

HIGHLIGHTED Publications 

“The genotype-phenotype landscape of an allosteric protein” D. S. Tack, P. D. Tonner, A. Pressman, N. D. Olson,  S. F. Levy, E. F. Romantseva, N. Alperovich, O. Vasilyeva, D. Ross, Molecular Systems Biology, Vol. 17, e10179, 2021

“Measurements drive progress in directed evolution for precise engineering of biological systems” D.S. Tack, E. F. Romantseva, P. D. Tonner, A. Pressman, J. Rammohan, E. A. Strychalski, Current Opinion in Systems Biology, Vol. 23, pp. 32-37, 2020

“CELL-FREE (Comparable Living Lysates For Research, Education, and Entrepreneurship) workshop Report” E. Romantseva, E. A. Strychalski, https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2019/06/19/nist_cell-free_w…

Cybersecurity for biopharmaceutical products” J. L. Mantle, J. Rammohan, E. F. Romantseva, J. T. Welch, L. R. Kauffman, J. McCarthy, J. Schiel, J. C. Baker, E. A. Strychalski, K. C. Rogers, K. H. Lee, Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, Vol. 7, pp. 116-122, 2019

“Proteomic analysis of nuclei dissected from fixed rat brain tissue using expression microdissection” A. R. Blackler, N. Y. Morgan, B. Gao, L. R. Olano, M. D. Armani, E. Romantseva, J. W. Kakareka, R. F. Bonner, S. Mukherjee, B. Xiao, K. Tran, T. J. Pohida, M. R. Emmert-Buck, M. A. Tangrea, S. P. Markey, Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 85, No. 15, pp. 7139-7145, 2013

“Gradient elution moving boundary electrophoresis with channel current detection” D. Ross, E. F. Romantseva, Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 81, No. 17, pp. 7326-7335, 2009

Publications

The allosteric landscape of the lac repressor

Author(s)
Drew S. Tack, Peter Tonner, Abe Pressman, Nathanael David Olson, Eugenia Romantseva, Nina Alperovich, Olga B. Vasilyeva, David J. Ross, Sasha F. Levy
Allostery is a fundamental biophysical mechanism where the activity of a biomolecule is regulated by the binding of a ligand. Despite playing a central role in

Cyberbiosecurity for biopharmaceutical products

Author(s)
Elizabeth A. Strychalski, Jennifer Mantla, Jayan Rammohan, Eugenia F. Romantseva, Reid D'Amico, Joel Welch, Leah R. Kauffman, James J. McCarthy, John Schiel, Jeffrey Baker, Kelley Rogers, Kelvin Lee
Created October 2, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021