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  • My research focuses on gaining insights into how photosynthetic microbes, specifically cyanobacteria, can be efficiently and economically harnessed as a platform for renewable resource generation. I am interested in determining how genome content and replication impact cyanobacterial physiology, and in designing synthetic biology tools that can be introduced into these microbes to create finely tuned genetic circuits

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  • cyanobacteria, tetrahymena, polyploidy, synthetic biology

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  • MCDB 3140 - Cell Biology Laboratory
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2020 / Spring 2021
    Provides laboratory experience using microscopy, bioinformatics, DNA isolation, PCR and gel electrophoresis to study cell biology and gene expression in a model organism. Students will learn research skills such as interpreting data and planning experiments. Recommended corequisite: MCDB 3135 or MCDB 3145.

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