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Hire Dr. John Yarbrough, PhD
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Work Experience

Research Scientist

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

July 2010 - Present

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

July 2007 - July 2010

Graduate Research Assistant

Colorado School of Mines

August 2002 - July 2007

Education

Masters in Business Administration

University of Colorado at Denver

January 2012 - Present

Masters in Business Analytics

University of Colorado at Denver

January 2012 - Present

PhD in Applied Physics with a specialty in Material Science

Colorado School of Mines

August 2002 - December 2007

Masters in Physics

University of Texas at Arlignton

May 2000 - May 2003

Bachelors in Physics with a minor in Math

University of Texas at Arlington

August 1997 - May 2000

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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Yarbrough, John M and Zhang, Ruoran and Mittal, Ashutosh and Vander Wall, Todd and Bomble, Yannick J and Decker, Stephen R and Himmel, Michael E and Ciesielski, Peter N(2017). Multifunctional Cellulolytic Enzymes Outperform Processive Fungal Cellulases for Coproduction of Nanocellulose and Biofuels. ACS nano.
Yarbrough, John M and Mittal, Ashutosh and Mansfield, Elisabeth and Taylor, Larry E and Hobdey, Sarah E and Sammond, Deanne W and Bomble, Yannick J and Crowley, Michael F and Decker, Stephen R and Himmel, Michael E(2015). New perspective on glycoside hydrolase binding to lignin from pretreated corn stover. Biotechnology for biofuels. 8. (1). p. 214.
Sammond, Deanne W and Yarbrough, John M and Mansfield, Elisabeth and Bomble, Yannick J and Hobdey, Sarah E and Decker, Stephen R and Taylor, Larry E and Resch, Michael G and Bozell, Joseph J and Himmel, Michael E(2014). Predicting enzyme adsorption to lignin films by calculating enzyme surface hydrophobicity. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 289. (30). p. 20960-20969.
Li, Hongjia and Pattathil, Sivakumar and Foston, Marcus B and Ding, Shi-You and Kumar, Rajeev and Gao, Xiadi and Mittal, Ashutosh and Yarbrough, John M and Himmel, Michael E and Ragauskas, Arthur J(2014). Agave proves to be a low recalcitrant lignocellulosic feedstock for biofuels production on semi-arid lands. Biotechnology for biofuels. 7. (1). p. 50.
Wei, Hui and Wang, Wei and Yarbrough, John M and Baker, John O and Laurens, Lieve and Van Wychen, Stefanie and Chen, Xiaowen and Taylor II, Larry E and Xu, Qi and Himmel, Michael E(2013). Genomic, proteomic, and biochemical analyses of oleaginous Mucor circinelloides: evaluating its capability in utilizing cellulolytic substrates for lipid production. PloS one. 8. (9). p. e71068.
Adney, William S and Dowe, Nancy and Jennings, Edward W and Mohagheghi, Ali and Yarbrough, John and McMillan, James D(2012). Assessing the protein concentration in commercial enzyme preparations. Biomass Conversion: Methods and Protocols. p. 169-180.
Li, Jian and Du, Hui and Yarbrough, John and Norman, Andrew and Jones, Kim and Teeter, Glenn and Terry, Fred Lewis and Levi, Dean(2012). Spectral optical properties of Cu 2 ZnSnS 4 thin film between 0.73 and 6.5 eV. Optics express. 20. (102). p. A327-A332.
Beckham, Gregg T and Bomble, Yannick J and Matthews, James F and Taylor, Courtney B and Resch, Michael G and Yarbrough, John M and Decker, Steve R and Bu, Lintao and Zhao, Xiongce and McCabe, Clare(2010). The O-glycosylated linker from the Trichoderma reesei Family 7 cellulase is a flexible, disordered protein. Biophysical journal. 99. (11). p. 3773-3781.
Yarbrough, John M and Himmel, Michael E and Ding, Shi-You(2009). Plant cell wall characterization using scanning probe microscopy techniques. Biotechnology for biofuels. 2. (1). p. 17.
Bera, Sudipta and Sabbah, AJ and Yarbrough, JM and Allen, CG and Winters, Beau and Durfee, Charles G and Squier, Jeff A(2007). Optimization study of the femtosecond laser-induced forward-transfer process with thin aluminum films. Applied optics. 46. (21). p. 4650-4659.
Schick, IC and Yarbrough, JM and Allen, CG and Collins, RT(2006). Method to compensate for fluctuations in optical power delivered to a near-field scanning optical microscope. Review of scientific instruments. 77. (4). p. 046109.
REPORT
Yarbrough, John M and Mittal, Ashutosh and Bomble, Yannick J and Olstad, Jessica and Wolfrum, Edward J and Hobdey, Sarah E and Himmel, Michael E and Vinzant, Todd B(2015). Influence of Particle Size on Direct Microbial Conversion of Hot Water-Pretreated Poplar by Clostridium thermocellum.
Zeng, Yining and Yarbrough, John M and Mittal, Ashutosh and Tucker, Melvin P and Vinzant, Todd and Himmel, Michael E(2015). Probing Xylan-Specific Raman Bands for Label-Free Imaging Xylan in Plant Cell Wall.
Mittal, Ashutosh and Pilath, Heid M and Parent, Yves and Chatterjee, Siddharth G and Donohoe, Bryon S and Yarbrough, John M and Himmel, Michael E and Nimlos, Mark R and Johnson, David K(2014). Investigating mass transport limitations on xylan hydrolysis during dilute acid pretreatment of poplar.
CONFERENCE PAPER
Yarbrough, John M and Beckham, Gregg T and Yannick, J Bomble and Taylor II, Larry E and Alahuhta, Markus and Vinzant, Todd B and Xu, Qi and Lunin, Vladimir V and Himmel, Michael E and Adney, William SBiophysical characterization of protein/cellulose surface interactions. The 32nd Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals.
Yarbrough, John M and Beckham, Gregg T and Matthews, James F and Adney, William S and Ding, Shi-you and Himmel, Michael EProbing the Effects of Glycosylation on the Flexibility of the Trichoderma reesei Cellobiohydrolase I Linker Peptide with Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer and Molecular Simulation. The 31st Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals.
Schick, IC and Flammer, PD and Yarbrough, JM and Allen, CG and Nuebel, GJ and Schick, EJ and Dahdah, JM and Martineau, JT and Hurowitz, MA and Hollingsworth, REExperimental study of enhanced transmission through subwavelength linear apertures flanked by periodic corrugations. SPIE Optics+ Photonics. p. 63230L-63230L-10. International Society for Optics and Photonics
Crowley, Michael F and Beckham, Gregg T and Yannick, J Bomble and Matthews, James F and Bu, Lintao and Nimlos, Mark R and Adney, William S and Yarbrough, John M and Himmel, Michael EThe structural role of O-linked glycosylation on the linker peptide of the Trichoderma reesei family 7 cellobiohydrolase. The 32nd Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals.
Flammer, PD and Schick, IC and Yarbrough, JM and Allen, CG and Nuebel, G and Schick, EJ and Dahdah, JM and Martineau, JT and Hurowitz, MA and Hollingsworth, RETheoretical study of enhanced transmission through subwavelength linear apertures flanked by periodic corrugations. SPIE Optics+ Photonics. p. 63231Z-63231Z-10. International Society for Optics and Photonics