Applied Research

Katerina Chobotova

Education

D.Phil (PhD), Biochemistry, University of Oxford, UK
BA, MSc Molecular Biology, Moscow State University

Research Expertise

  • Biochemistry
  • Molecular Biology
  • Microbiology
  • Cell Biology

Bio & Academic Background

Katerina Chobotova is a professor at Lambton College who teaches microbiology to students in the bachelor of science - nursing program, and biology to students in the pre-health sciences program.

Chobotova holds an undergraduate degree in molecular biology from Moscow State University (former USSR). She obtained her post-graduate degree (PhD) from the University of Oxford (UK), specializing in biochemistry and molecular biology. As a postdoctoral researcher, Chobotova worked at Nuffield Department of Obstetrics in University of Oxford where she researched molecular mechanisms of human embryo implantation. During her time at Oxford, she developed an interest in natural and traditional approaches to health and received an opportunity to pursue these interests while holding a visiting professor position at the Institute of Bio-product Development at the University Technology Malaysia. Chobotova moved to Sarnia and accepted a position at Lambton College. Since then, she's been actively involved in Lambton College's Research & Innovation Department, acting as a principal investigator (PI) for several projects, including those undertaken by Lambton Water Centre and Bio-Industrial Process Research Centre, focusing on microbiological and biological aspects of the project.

Research Areas

Bio-Technology

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