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* [http://jennyndesign.blogspot.com I make bags now!]
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* My OWW Icon Portfolio [[Jennyn labicons|...abridged]]
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* [[Jenny Nguyen Annex|Random Jenny Things]]<br>
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* [http://flickr.com/photos/jennyndesign My Photography]
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* [http://www.xanga.com/lilazngrrl My Blog]<br>
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* [http://www.jennyndesign.com My Website]
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* [http://www.jennytnguyen.com My Website] updated finally! (4/11/06)<br>
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* [[Jenny_Nguyen/Sandbox |Random Jenny Things]]
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===Class Notes===
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* [[BME377T|BME377T: Social Entrepreneurship]]
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'''Current Status'''
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Biomedical engineer turned Fashion designer. I currently design, manufacture, model, photograph, market, sell, and ship [http://jennyndesign.blogspot.com handmade bags] for men and women in my studio in Pittsburgh, PA.
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'''Major''' Biomedical Engineering<br>
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'''Degree''' Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering<br>
Track 2: Cellular and Biomolecular Engineering
Track 2: Cellular and Biomolecular Engineering
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'''Classification''' 2nd-year undergraduate, junior-standing.
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'''University''' The University of Texas at Austin http://ras.ece.utexas.edu/images/longhorn.gif
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'''Research'''
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I recently received a [http://www.bme.utexas.edu/news/URFawards2005.htm <font style="color:#000000">fellowship</font>] for my undergraduate research project in cell and tissue engineering, focusing on platelet-dervied growth factor (PDGF) in Suggs Lab.
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'''Biography'''
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I graduated high school in 2004 from [http://www.dl-digital.com/images/Scenics/Airplane/DSC_5497-WoodlandsHighSchool.jpg <font style="color:#000000"> The Woodlands</font>], TX with a drive to study [http://www.bme.utexas.edu/index.cfm <font style="color:#000000"> Biomedical Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin</font>]. I quickly realized that the only way to dive into BME was to do undergraduate research, immediately. I began my experience in research August (the first day) of my freshman year in [http://www.engr.utexas.edu/aboutfacstaff/facbios/suggs.cfm <font style="color:#000000"> Suggs</font>] [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Suggs_Lab <font style="color:#000000"> lab</font>] in Cell and Tissue Engineering.
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I then branched into other areas of biology, namely the emerging field of Synthetic Biology, when I worked with [http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:JTabor <font style="color:#000000"> Jeff Tabor</font>] in [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Ellington_Lab <font style="color:#000000"> Ellington Lab</font>], which prepared me for Summer 2005 in Cambridge, MA where I particpated in the iGEM Competition on the [http://model.mit.edu/igem/index.php?title=Main_Page <font style="color:#000000"> MIT team</font>] under [http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Endy <font style="color:#000000"> Drew Endy</font>].
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I soon developed an increasing interest in marketing and advertising after much exposure to research in universities. To try my hand in industry, I will co-op with [http://www.codondevices.com/ <font style="color:#000000"> Codon Devices, Inc.</font>] Summer 2006 through Fall 2006.
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For information on my life outside of the science field, please see [http://fitshareonline.com/index.php?title=User:Jenny my site] on www.fitshareonline.com --a wiki-based service for the fitness/wellness community (currently under heavy construction, if you can help with wiki stuff, please contact me!).  http://ras.ece.utexas.edu/images/longhorn.gif
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Currently, I am develping page designs and templates that make OWW more user-friendly. I will be collaborating with [[George Ahunov]] in improving the functionality of OWW and consistency and efficiency of submitting information. Please feel free to share your feedback in improving these systems to make OWW easier for you.
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I created designs and templates that make OWW more user-friendly (i.e. front page). I was an active member of the [[OpenWetWare:Steering committee|Steering Committee]], and was the interim OpenWetWare [[OpenWetWare:ByLaws#Elected_Positions|Secretary]] until January 2007.
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<font color="#ff6600"><b>I also love barbeque. Specifically [http://www.kreuzmarket.com/index.shtml <font style="color:#990000"> Kreuz Market</font>] bbq in Lockhart, TX.</b></font>
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===Visitors===
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See [http://fitshareonline.com/index.php?title=User:Jenny my site] on FitShare.<BR>
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See [[iGEM2005.MIT:User:Jenny|my site]] on the MIT IGEM 2005 page.
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This is me waterskiing.  Lake Travis, Austin, TX 09/10/05
This is me waterskiing.
Lake Travis, Austin, TX
09/10/05

Current Status Biomedical engineer turned Fashion designer. I currently design, manufacture, model, photograph, market, sell, and ship handmade bags for men and women in my studio in Pittsburgh, PA.


Degree Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Track 2: Cellular and Biomolecular Engineering

University The University of Texas at Austin longhorn.gif


Image:JennyNguyen contribution title.gif

I created designs and templates that make OWW more user-friendly (i.e. front page). I was an active member of the Steering Committee, and was the interim OpenWetWare Secretary until January 2007.

Visitors

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