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==Contact Info==
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[[Image:OWWEmblem.png|thumb|right|Katrina Sherbina (an artistic interpretation)]]
 
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*Katrina Sherbina
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*Loyola Marymount University
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*1 LMU Drive MS B-1453
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*Los Angeles, CA 90046  
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* In Progress, BS in Individualized Studies (Biomathematics) and Biochemistry minor, Loyola Marymount University
* In Progress, BS in Individualized Studies (Biomathematics) and Biochemistry minor, Loyola Marymount University
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* Upper division course work: Biochemistry with lab, Advanced Biochemistry, Molecular Biology of the Genome, Intro to Probability and Statistics, Biostatistics, Methods of Applied Mathematics
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* Upper division course work: Biochemistry with lab, Advanced Biochemistry, Molecular Biology of the Genome, Epidemiology, Intro to Probability and Statistics, Biostatistics, Methods of Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Modeling
==Research interests==
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* Modeling the transcriptional response of <i> S. cerevisiae </i> to cold shock using ordinary differential equations.
* Modeling the transcriptional response of <i> S. cerevisiae </i> to cold shock using ordinary differential equations.
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* Statistical analysis of microarray data to determine significant changes in gene expression between wild type and deletion strains of <i> S. cerevisiae </i>.
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* Statistical analysis of microarray data to determine significant changes in gene expression between wild type and deletion strains of <i> S. cerevisiae</i>.
==Activities and Honors==
==Activities and Honors==
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===Loyola Marymount University===
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*Recipient of Presidential Scholarship.
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*Member of LMU Honors Program.
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*Vice president of TriBeta Biological Honor Society.
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*Mathematics department tutor and grader for calculus courses.
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*Upper division Molecular Biology of the Genome lab TA.
==Summer Research==
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[[My Computational Journal Summer 2014|Summer 2014 Computational Journal]]
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==Spring 2014 Research==
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[[Spring 2014 Computational Journal|Computational Journal]]
==Useful links==
==Useful links==
*[[OpenWetWare:Welcome|Introductory tutorial]]
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*[[Help|OpenWetWare help pages]]
*[[Help|OpenWetWare help pages]]

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Contact Info

Katrina Sherbina
Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Drive MS B-1453
Los Angeles, CA 90046

I work in the Dahlquist Lab at Loyola Marymount University. I learned about OpenWetWare from Dr. Dahlquist, and I've joined for research purposes.

Education

  • In Progress, BS in Individualized Studies (Biomathematics) and Biochemistry minor, Loyola Marymount University
  • Upper division course work: Biochemistry with lab, Advanced Biochemistry, Molecular Biology of the Genome, Epidemiology, Intro to Probability and Statistics, Biostatistics, Methods of Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Modeling

Research interests

  • Modeling the transcriptional response of S. cerevisiae to cold shock using ordinary differential equations.
  • Statistical analysis of microarray data to determine significant changes in gene expression between wild type and deletion strains of S. cerevisiae.

Activities and Honors

Loyola Marymount University

  • Recipient of Presidential Scholarship.
  • Member of LMU Honors Program.
  • Vice president of TriBeta Biological Honor Society.
  • Mathematics department tutor and grader for calculus courses.
  • Upper division Molecular Biology of the Genome lab TA.

Summer Research

Summer 2011 Computational Journal

Summer 2012 Computational Journal

Summer 2014 Computational Journal

Fall 2011 Research

Computational Journal

Fall 2012 Research

Computational Journal

Spring 2014 Research

Computational Journal

Useful links

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