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Positon:
Technician
Homepage:
http://jrpapreck.com
Address:3333 Green Bay RoadNorth Chicago, Illinois 60064 USAKeywords:
patch clamp, electrophysiology, K2P, potassium channel
Projects:
Study of Reactive Oxygen Species on different families of tandem pore domain potassium channels
Interests:
Biomedical engineering, tissue engineering, pharmaceuticals, cell biology, chemistry, biophysics, electrophysiology
Heroes:
Robert Podolsky - an amazing, impenetrable writer. Jennifer Lipponcott-Schwartz - an amazing cell biologist that has produced fantastic images. There will be more...
Non-Scientific Interests:
Music: Piano, Guitar, Trumpet; Martial arts: jiukido jiujitsu, ninjutsu, kung fu; hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, birding, photography
Education History
Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University
Atlanta, GA United States
8/2003 - 5/2008
Degree:
M.S. Biomedical Engineering
Description of Work:
Graduate student attending labs at both Georgia Tech and Emory University working on tissue engineering involving biodegradable polymers and stem cells.
Illinois Wesleyan University
Bloomington, Illinois United States
8/1999 - 5/2003
Degree:
B.S Biotechnology (special interdisciplinary major)
Description of Work:
Biology and Physics combined major with emphasis in math and chemistry. Tutored and Assisted general physics classes. Did research in biology on c. purpureus, a model moss.
Work History
Rosalind Franklin University
North Chicago, Illinois United States
5/2009 - 0/0
Position:
Research Technician
Description of Work:
Electrophysiological research involving molecular biology, dissection of the carotid body from rat pups, analysis and presentation of data, as well as lab maintenance.
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