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Amelia R. Mockett (an artistic interpretation)
Amelia R. Mockett (an artistic interpretation)
  • Amelia R. Mockett
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • 350 Memorial Drive
  • Cambridge, MA 02139
  • Email me at amockett [at] mit [dot] edu

I work in the Tonegawa Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I learned about OpenWetWare from participating in 20.109.

Education

  • 2015, BS, MIT

Research interests

  1. Biological Engineering
  2. Neuroengineering
  3. Learning and Memory

Registration/Questionnaire: 20.109 Spring 2013

Last Name

  • Mockett

First Name

  • Amelia

Course/Minor

  • Course 20, minors in 9 and 17

Year of Graduation

  • 2015

Email

  • amockett [at] mit [dot] edu or a.mockett [at] gmail [dot] com

Preferred OH Time

  • Evenings, post-7:30pm

Potentially Relevant Background

Have you already taken MIT's BioSafety training?

  • Yes!


Have you taken/are you taking... Answer yes/no/when
7.05/5.07 (Biochemistry) Taking currently
7.06 (Cell Biology) No
7.03 (Genetics) Taking currently
5.310 (General Chemistry Lab) Will not be taking


Do you have experience with... Answer yes/no/type
Cell culture (microbial/mammalian/yeast?) Limited experience from summer internship 2 years ago
Molecular biology (electrophoresis, PCR, etc) Limited experience from summer internship 2 years ago

Please briefly describe any previous laboratory experience

  • After my senior year of high school, I worked for a summer as a intern in the Kiem Lab of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. During this time, I learned basic molecular biology and cell culture techniques, as well as taking part in a variety of projects relating to hematopoietic stem cells.
  • Beginning the summer after my freshman year at MIT, I joined in Tonegawa Lab of the Picower Institute of Learning and Memory here at MIT. As a UROP in this lab, I have learned many techniques relating to working with mice: survival surgery protocols, behavioral experiment protocols such as fear conditioning and operant conditioning, perfusions, and brain slicing, immunohistochemistry staining, and slice analysis.

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