User:Scott J. Morin

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==Contact Info==
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[[Image:OWWEmblem.png|thumb|right|Scott J. Morin (an artistic interpretation)]]
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*Scott J. Morin
*Scott J. Morin
*BioMicro Center, MIT
*BioMicro Center, MIT
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*18 Fieldstone Drive
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*31 Ames St. 68-316
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*Hooksett, NH 03106
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*Cambridge, MA, USA
*[[Special:Emailuser/Scott J. Morin|Email me through OpenWetWare]]
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I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from Shmulik Motola of the of BioMicro Center at MIT and I've joined because I will be a member of the staff of the BioMicro Center.
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I graduated from The University of New Hampshire with a B.S. in Biology.  During my time at UNH, I gained over 2.5 years of molecular biology experience in the laboratory of Dr. Stacia Sower.  My lead project with Wayne Decatur involved cloning and identifying GnRH in the black sea bass.  Also, I do have in-depth knowledge of the sea lamprey, a model organism for the study of GnRH evolution in vertebrates.  As I assume my role at the BioMicro Center at MIT, I look forward to applying my skills to working with Next Generation Sequencing Technologies.  My ambition is to apply my solid research background in the medical setting.
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* 2012, B.S., Biology, University of New Hampshire
* 2012, B.S., Biology, University of New Hampshire
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# Expression of three GnRH receptors in specific tissues in male and female sea lampreys Petromyzon marinus at three distinct life stages
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Hall JA, Decatur WA, Daukss DM, Hayes MK, Marquis TJ, Morin SJ, Kelleher TF, Sower SA
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#Paper1 pmid=6947258
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Department of Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences, Center for Molecular and Comparative Endocrinology, University of New Hampshire Durham, NH, USA.
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#Paper2 pmid=13718526
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#Book1 isbn=0879697164
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I graduated from The University of New Hampshire with a B.S. in Biology. During my time at UNH, I gained over 2.5 years of molecular biology experience in the laboratory of Dr. Stacia Sower. My lead project with Wayne Decatur involved cloning and identifying GnRH in the black sea bass. Also, I do have in-depth knowledge of the sea lamprey, a model organism for the study of GnRH evolution in vertebrates. As I assume my role at the BioMicro Center at MIT, I look forward to applying my skills to working with Next Generation Sequencing Technologies. My ambition is to apply my solid research background in the medical setting.

Education

  • 2012, B.S., Biology, University of New Hampshire

Publications

  1. Expression of three GnRH receptors in specific tissues in male and female sea lampreys Petromyzon marinus at three distinct life stages

Hall JA, Decatur WA, Daukss DM, Hayes MK, Marquis TJ, Morin SJ, Kelleher TF, Sower SA Department of Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences, Center for Molecular and Comparative Endocrinology, University of New Hampshire Durham, NH, USA.


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