User:Michael A. Hohensee
I am a new member of OpenWetWare!
- Michael A. Hohensee
- Graduate Student, Physics Department, Harvard University
Office located at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics at
- 60 Garden St
- MS 59
- Cambridge, MA 02138
I work in the Walsworth group at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. I've had an interest in biology and biophysics in general for some time, but was turned on to synthetic biology after hearing a presentation about the Brainbow work Dr. Jean Livet did as a postdoc with the Lichtman group here at Harvard. I learned about OpenWetWare shortly thereafter from google searches on the subject and from Dr. Livet. I'm currently finishing a PhD in atomic, molecular and optical physics, but I have some ideas for ways in which to develop passive and addressable DNA memory registers, and would like to bounce them off the synthetic biology community.
- Pursuing PhD in Physics, Harvard University
- 2002, BA Physics, BA Mathematics, New York University
- Addressable DNA Registers
- Programmable Cells
- Interest 3