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='''Diego Ramallo'''=
='''Diego Ramallo'''=
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'''Contact''': ramalldf@stanford.edu
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'''Contact''': ramalldf@stanford.edu [[Image:DRprofile.png||thumb|right|150px]]
*Grad (current): Stanford University, [http://med.stanford.edu/biophysics/ Biophysics Program]. Member of the [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Dunn Dunn Lab].
*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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*For more information, please see my linkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/diegoramallo
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=='''Interests'''==
=='''Interests'''==
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*Cytoskeletal tension, Single-molecule methods  
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*Mechanobiology, Single-molecule methods  
*DNA replication, DNA repair and chromatin remodeling processes
*DNA replication, DNA repair and chromatin remodeling processes
*Motor proteins
*Motor proteins
*Science 2.0
*Science 2.0
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==[[/More about me|More about me]]==
 
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*I'm still working on updating this space but as I get more adjusted into my current lab and the OWW universe, I will contribute more for everyone to see. More to come.
 
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*Click on the link above:
 
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**To see useful stuff that I'm posting.
 
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**See some useful protocols.
 
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**I've been doing a lot of outreach recently, I hope to post more on that as well.
 
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**I have a few other ideas about how to best use OWW for my (and everyone who reads this page) benefit. I'll post on that soon as well.
 
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**To the right is a picture of me during my time in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Good times.
 

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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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