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==Registration/Questionnaire: 20.109 Spring 2013==
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===Last Name===
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Kirkpatrick
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===First Name===
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Jesse
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===Course/Minor===
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20
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===Year of Graduation===
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2015
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===Email===
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jk15 at mit dot edu
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===Preferred OH Time===
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Tuesday and Thursday after 5
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===Potentially Relevant Background===
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Have you already taken MIT's BioSafety training? yes
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|Have you taken/are you taking...
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|Answer yes/no/when
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|7.05/5.07 (Biochemistry)
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|taking now
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|7.06 (Cell Biology) 
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|Fall 2013
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|7.03 (Genetics) 
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|taking now
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| 5.310 (General Chemistry Lab)
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|not taking
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|Do you have experience with...
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|Cell culture (microbial/mammalian/yeast?)
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|yes, mammalian
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|Molecular biology (electrophoresis, PCR, etc)
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|PCR, electrophoresis, ELISA
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===Please briefly describe any previous laboratory experience===
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January 2013 - Present: Freedman Lab at Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center. Studying role of immunological signaling in cftr -/- cholangiocytes to understand CFTR's role in Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis
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June - August 2012: Abreu Lab at University of Miami Hospital. Studied role of toll-like receptor 4 signaling in intestinal epithelial cells to investigate effects on inflammation. Studied high fat diet in the presence of colitis in an Ulcerative Colitis mouse model.
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December - May 2012: Vacanti Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital. Engineered a biomimetic liver scaffold and ran in vitro tests.
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===Commitment to academic integrity===
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After you print out this page, please sign your name under to the following statement to indicate your agreement:
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''I have read and understood the 20.109 [[20.109(S13):Statement_on_collaboration_and_integrity | statement on collaboration and integrity]].''*'''[[User:Jesse D. Kirkpatrick|Jesse D. Kirkpatrick]] 02:08, 12 February 2013 (EST)''':
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Jesse D. Kirkpatrick (an artistic interpretation)
Jesse D. Kirkpatrick (an artistic interpretation)

Education

  • 2015, Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Research interests

Gastrointestinal/Liver Diseases- Studied Inflammatory Bowel Disease during the summer of 2012 at the Abreu Lab in Miami, FL. Currently studying Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis with the Freedman Lab at Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA.

Publications

Registration/Questionnaire: 20.109 Spring 2013

Last Name

Kirkpatrick

First Name

Jesse

Course/Minor

20

Year of Graduation

2015

Email

jk15 at mit dot edu

Preferred OH Time

Tuesday and Thursday after 5

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 now
7.06 (Cell Biology) Fall 2013
7.03 (Genetics) taking now
5.310 (General Chemistry Lab) not taking


Do you have experience with... Answer yes/no/type
Cell culture (microbial/mammalian/yeast?) yes, mammalian
Molecular biology (electrophoresis, PCR, etc) PCR, electrophoresis, ELISA

Please briefly describe any previous laboratory experience

January 2013 - Present: Freedman Lab at Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center. Studying role of immunological signaling in cftr -/- cholangiocytes to understand CFTR's role in Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

June - August 2012: Abreu Lab at University of Miami Hospital. Studied role of toll-like receptor 4 signaling in intestinal epithelial cells to investigate effects on inflammation. Studied high fat diet in the presence of colitis in an Ulcerative Colitis mouse model.

December - May 2012: Vacanti Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital. Engineered a biomimetic liver scaffold and ran in vitro tests.

Commitment to academic integrity

After you print out this page, please sign your name under to the following statement to indicate your agreement:

I have read and understood the 20.109 statement on collaboration and integrity.*Jesse D. Kirkpatrick 02:08, 12 February 2013 (EST):

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