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Elizabeth Sattely, Ph.D.

Scientific Advisory Board


  • Post-doctoral training
    Harvard Medical School (Walsh lab)
  • Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry
    Boston College
  • B.S. in Chemistry
    Boston University


  • Stanford University
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute

New therapies come from understanding the underlying logic of a disease - this is exactly what FASI aims to do with food allergy

Elizabeth Sattely is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Stanford, where she is a ChEM-H Faculty Fellow and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. Inspired by human reliance on plants and plant-derived molecules for food and medicine, her research is focused on the discovery and engineering of plant metabolic pathways to make molecules that can enhance human and plant health.