William Deutschman
William Deutschman, Ph.D.
Professor - Chemistry
Ph.D. University of Oregon
B.S. Lewis Clark College

Areas of Experience

  • Protein Folding/Stability, Yeast Metabolism, Brewing Science, Hop Genetics
  • About William Deutschman, Ph.D.

    Areas of Interest


    Teaching: General Chemistry, Biochemistry, Cell Biology

    Research: Protein Folding and Stability, Brewing Science, Hop Genetics

    Recent Student Research Projects:

    Investigations into controlling the balance between aerobic and fermentative metabolic pathways in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Corey Wolf and Nathan Maples

    Using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance to detect protein unfolding on a solid surface - Doug Bergquist

    Identification of Hop Cultivars Using DNA Melt Curve Analysis - Julie Kilpatrick, poster presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, and the World Brewing Congress

    Examination of Sugar Mobilization in Brewing Malt During the Mashing Process - Laurie Henderson

    Altering Sugar Metabolism in Fermentative and Nonfermentative Pathways by Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a Way to Control Alcohol Production in the Brewing Process - Dorian Rosen

    Determination of the Thermodynamic Basis of the Stability of Proteins from Thermophilic Organisms - Sage Dunham, poster presented at Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research