User:Margaret Guo

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==Registration/Questionnaire: 20.109 Spring 2014==
 
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===Last Name===
 
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Guo
 
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===First Name===
 
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Margaret
 
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==Preferred name/nickname (if not first)==
 
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Margaret
 
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===Course/Minor===
 
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6-2, 20
 
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===Year of Graduation===
 
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2016
 
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===Telephone # (needed in case we can't find you!)===
 
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858-722-5396
 
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===Email===
 
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mguo AT mit.edu
 
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===Preferred OH Time===
 
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We will take a Doodle poll to set regular office hours for each section. We also offer supplemental office hours before big assignments are due.
 
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What times on Sundays (all), Mondays (T/R section), and Tuesdays (W/F section) are you available for office hours? We have held office hours in the evening in the past, but day time slots are best.
 
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Sundays evenings/afternoons, Monday 4pm or after 7 pm work best for me.
 
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===Potentially Relevant Background===
 
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|Have you taken/are you taking...
 
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|7.05/5.07 (Biochemistry)
 
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|Yes
 
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|7.06 (Cell Biology) 
 
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|7.03 (Genetics) 
 
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| 5.310 (General Chemistry Lab)
 
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| No
 
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| Yes
 
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|Molecular biology (electrophoresis, PCR, etc)
 
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===Please briefly describe any previous laboratory experience===
 
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I've worked in a molecular biology lab in high school, studying lysosomal storage disease. I'm currently working in the Griffith Lab on designing FRET-probe based protease sensor system for the study of endometriosis. I have some experience with cell culture, DNA extraction/PCR/gel electrophoresis, and fluorescence microscopy.
 
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===Anything else you would like us to know related to 20.109?===
 
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For example, please let us know if you have any special glove requests, namely XS or XL size, or nitrile material -- we carry latex S/M/L by default.
 
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n/a
 
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Would you want to hear music in lab sometimes, or do you prefer to work without it?
 
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So I actually don't listen very often to music. I usually like whatever the top hits are on the radio. I don't really have a preference for listening to music in lab.
 
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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(S14):Statement_on_collaboration_and_integrity | statement on collaboration and integrity]].''
 

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Contact Info

  • Email: mguo AT mit DOT edu

Education

2016, B.S. Degree Candidate, MIT

Research interests

I am currently working in the Griffith Lab on designing FRET-probe based protease sensor systems for the study of endometriosis.


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