Adam | Stevens


Postdoctoral Scholar


Princeton University
Advisor: Tom Muir

Johns Hopkins University

Research Interests

Engineering cell-cell interactions and communication


2011 1st Place Poster, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.UMBC Undergraduate Research Symposium in Chemical and Biological Sciences

2014-2017 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

2017 Princeton American Chemical Society Recognized Graduate Student Speaker Award


Gramespacher*, J.A.; Stevens*, A.J.; Thompson, R.E.; Muir, T.W. 2018, Improved protein splicing using embedded split inteins, Protein Science. 27, 614.

Gramespacher, J.A.; Stevens, A.J.; Nguyen, D.N.; Chin, J.W.; Muir, T.W. 2017, Intein Zymogens: Conditional Assembly and Splicing of Split Inteins via Targeted Proteolysis, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 139, 8074

Stevens, A.J.; Sekar, G.; Shah, N.H.; Mostafavi, A.Z.; Cowburn, D.; Muir, T.W. 2017, A promiscuous split intein with expanded protein engineering applications, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 114, 8538.

Stevens, A.J.; Brown, Z.Z.; Shah, N.H.; Sekar, G.; Cowburn, D.; Muir, T.W. 2016, Design of a Split Intein with Exceptional Protein Splicing Activity, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138, 2162.

Stevens, A.J.; Guan, L.; Bebenek, K.; Kunkel, T.A.; Greenberg, M.M., 2013, DNA Polymerase λ Inactivation by Oxidized Abasic Sites, Biochemistry. 52, 975

*Denotes Equal contribution