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ve been a postdoc in the [[ Silver Lab] ] since March 2005 working in the area of yeast synthetic biology. I've worked with Dirk and [[ Ira Phillips|Ira]] on constructing a cell- cycle counter in S. cerevisiae. More recently I've focused my efforts on creating and characterizing transcripton factors and transcriptional networks. You can find a more detailed description of my research interests on [[http:// www. ajofranklin. com|my website]]. |+|
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I'm a staff scientist and PI at the Molecular Foundry at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. I moved to LBL in June 2007 after a relatively short but enjoyable postdoct in the Silver Lab. At the Molecular Foundry, my research focuses on re-engineering biological systems to both create and assemble nanostructured devices. One of our long-term goals is to create hybrid living/non-living systems by electrically connecting cells with human-made technological devices. In addition to our unofficial page on Openwetware, you can find more information about me & my research on our official Molecular Foundry site.