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I am a graduate student in the Biological Design program at ASU. I am mentored by [http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Karmella_Haynes Dr. Karmella Haynes] in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering.
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I am a [http://phdmovie.com/ graduate student] in the [http://www.biologicaldesign.asu.edu/ Biological Design Graduate Program] at [http://www.asu.edu/ Arizona State University]. I am mentored by [http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Karmella_Haynes Dr. Karmella Haynes] in the [http://sbhse.engineering.asu.edu/ School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering].
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About René

I am a graduate student in the Biological Design Graduate Program at Arizona State University. I am mentored by Dr. Karmella Haynes in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering.

Contact Info

René
René

René M Davis
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona, USA
Rene.Davis at ASU dot edu

Education

  • 2017 (expected), PhD in Biological Design, Arizona State University
  • 2008, BS in Biology, California Institute of Technology

Positions

  • 2009-2010, Research Associate at The Scripps Research Institute, Dr. Kevin Morris’ lab, Delivery of therapeutic RNA-aptamer constructs to alter HIV expression.
  • 2009, Intern at City of Hope, Dr. John Rossi’s lab, Design of siRNAs and DNA constructs for therapeutic use against HIV latency.
  • 2004, Lab Tech, Adamson Analytical Labs, Gas and high performance liquid chromatography lab procedures.

Teaching Experience

  • Tutored high school and college students in math and science for eight years.
  • Trained undergraduate students in molecular biology lab techniques at Scripps.

Research interests

  • Synthetic Biology
  • AHL quorum sensing
  • Metabolic Engineering

Lab Notebooks

Publications

  • Moe-Behrens GHG, Davis RM, Haynes KA. (2013) Preparing synthetic biology for the world. Front. in Microbio. PMCID: PMC3554958
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