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Midori Greenwood-Goodwin
Stanford Bioengineering - Stanford BioE
midorigg@stanford.edu

Education

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Northwestern University 2007
M.S./PhD Bioengineering, 1st Year at Stanford University

Current Research

I am working in Sarah Heilshorn's lab on the physical hydrogels project [1]. My goal is to develop a flexible cloning strategy, as well as test various cell adhesion peptide sequence domains for the hydrogels themselves.

Previous Research

Worked towards developing a method for high-throughput selection of RNA aptamers to small molecules and proteins using Capillary Electrophoresis - SELEX (Systematic Evolution of Ligands by EXponential enrichment) for integration as sensor domains in engineered riboswitches.

My undergraduate research included work on building virtual instruments for studying DNA single molecule hybridization in microfluidic devices, as well as making polymers and measuring their effect on the observed electroosmotic flow in Capillary Electrophoresis.

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Prediction of miRNA Targets
DNA and RNA Molecular Weights and Conversions
NEBuffer Activity

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