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# Biological Engineering
# Biological Engineering
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* Worked for 4 weeks in the Sive lab at the Whitehead; made RNA probes, did a little bit of PCR
* Worked for 4 weeks in the Sive lab at the Whitehead; made RNA probes, did a little bit of PCR
* Worked for a summer at the Mayo Clinic; studied bacterial superantigens in HLA-transgenic mice
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* * Injected, sacrificed, and dissected mice; studied spleen cells with FACS, did an ELISA or two
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** Injected, sacrificed, and dissected mice; studied spleen cells with FACS, did an ELISA or two
===Anything else you would like us to know?===
===Anything else you would like us to know?===

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Benjamin E. Epstein (an artistic interpretation)
Benjamin E. Epstein (an artistic interpretation)

Education

  • MIT, 2010

Research interests

  1. Biological Engineering
  2. Immunology

Notebook

Publications

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Registration/Questionnaire: 20.109 Spring 2008

Last Name

Epstein

First Name

Benjamin

Preferred name

Benjamin

Course/Minor

Course 20

Year of Graduation

2010

Telephone #

214-789-4233

Email

bepstein AT mit DOT edu

I am taking

7.05

Do you have any experience culturing cells (mammalian, yeast or microbial)?
A little

Do you have any experience in molecular biology (electrophoresis, PCR, etc)?
A little

Please briefly describe any previous laboratory experience

  • Worked for 4 weeks in the Sive lab at the Whitehead; made RNA probes, did a little bit of PCR
  • Worked for a summer at the Mayo Clinic; studied bacterial superantigens in HLA-transgenic mice
    • Injected, sacrificed, and dissected mice; studied spleen cells with FACS, did an ELISA or two

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