User:Kaull

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My name is Kay Aull.  I graduated from MIT in 2008, with the first undergraduate class in Biological Engineering.  Since then, I have worked as a synthetic biologist at the startup Codon Devices, and gotten involved with the [http://diybio.org DIYbio] community here in Boston.  I am currently a technician in the [http://www.massgeneral.org/research/researchlab.aspx?id=1065 Fisher Lab] at MGH, a melanoma research group.
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My name is Kay Aull (aka Katherine Aull).  I am a PhD student at UCSF, in the Bioinformatics program. My research interests focus on methods development for systems and synthetic biology.  
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[[Image:Kaull_cv_01_2010.pdf My CV]]
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For my thesis project, I am working with [http://gladstoneinstitutes.org/u/lweinberger/ Prof. Leor Weinberger] on the mechanisms and adaptive significance of the HIV latent reservoir.
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I graduated from MIT in 2008, with the first undergraduate class in Biological Engineering.  Since then, I worked as a synthetic biologist at the startup Codon Devices, and as a technician in the [http://www.massgeneral.org/research/researchlab.aspx?id=1065 Fisher Lab] at MGH, a melanoma research group. I am also involved with the [http://diybio.org DIYbio] community.
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[http://openwetware.org/images/2/22/Kaull_cv_01_2013.pdf My CV]
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[http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Kaull/NSF My NSF Essays]
==Contact==
==Contact==
My OWW user name at ALUM dot MIT dot EDU
My OWW user name at ALUM dot MIT dot EDU

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About

My name is Kay Aull (aka Katherine Aull). I am a PhD student at UCSF, in the Bioinformatics program. My research interests focus on methods development for systems and synthetic biology.

For my thesis project, I am working with Prof. Leor Weinberger on the mechanisms and adaptive significance of the HIV latent reservoir.

I graduated from MIT in 2008, with the first undergraduate class in Biological Engineering. Since then, I worked as a synthetic biologist at the startup Codon Devices, and as a technician in the Fisher Lab at MGH, a melanoma research group. I am also involved with the DIYbio community.

My CV

My NSF Essays

Contact

My OWW user name at ALUM dot MIT dot EDU

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