User:Ramalldf

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==Academic Background==
 
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*Undergrad: James Madison U. Class of 2007, B.S. Biology. Member of the [http://csma31.csm.jmu.edu/chemistry/faculty/macdonald/macresearch/ MacDonald Lab].
 
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*Post-Bac: University of New Mexico, funded by the PREP Program 2007-2008. Member of [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Koch_Lab Koch Lab] and the [http://hsc.unm.edu/SOM/micro/Maryann.html Osley Lab].
 
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*Grad (current): Stanford University, Biophysics Program.
 
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*Scientific interests: Single-molecule methods, chromatin, motor proteins
 
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[[Image:N7806403 33139086 1478.jpg||thumb|right|300px|Diego's dream of meeting the Duke Dog finally came true.]]
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='''Diego Ramallo'''=
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'''Contact''': ramalldf@stanford.edu [[Image:DRprofile.png||thumb|right|150px]]
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*Grad (current): Stanford University, [http://med.stanford.edu/biophysics/ Biophysics Program]. Member of the [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Dunn Dunn Lab].
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==About Me==
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*For more information, please see my linkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/diegoramallo
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*I'm originally from Cochabamba, Bolivia but I grew up in the DC Metropolitan Area (Springfield, VA).
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*Non-science stuff that I like: soccer, salsa, Wizards basketball, indie rock.
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*This is a pretty boring page, but it'll have to do until I find my permanent lab later this year.
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=='''Interests'''==
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*Here's a picture of my brother Toby until I have more interesting stuff on here:
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*Mechanobiology, Single-molecule methods
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*DNA replication, DNA repair and chromatin remodeling processes
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*Motor proteins
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*Science 2.0

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Diego Ramallo

Contact: ramalldf@stanford.edu


Interests

  • Mechanobiology, Single-molecule methods
  • DNA replication, DNA repair and chromatin remodeling processes
  • Motor proteins
  • Science 2.0
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