Patricia Weber, EDI
Patricia Weber, PhD is a biotechnology and drug discovery scientist with experience in start-ups and Fortune 500 companies. Pat has expertise in X-ray crystallography and structure based drug design earning her her B.Sc. and PhD in Chemistry from the Universities of Montana and Arizona.
Notably she conducted postdoctoral research at Yale University with TA Steitz, the 2009 Chemistry Nobel Laureate. Prior to joining EDI's scientif advisory board, Pat worked at the Genex Corporation, DuPont Central Research and Development, and DuPont Merck Pharmaceuticals, and was the leader of Structural Chemistry Department at Schering Plough Research Institute. She has co-authored 105 publications and is inventor on 21 issued patents covering engineered proteins, crystal forms, streptavidin dyes, and novel small molecule compositions of matter. Her more
recent work includes assisting entrepreneurial academics in the NSF iCORPS program and as Scientific Advisor at the Harrington Drug Discovery Institute.