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===Interests===
  
===Current Project===
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*Biosensors
 
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*Aptamers
Currently a 1st year PhD student at Imperial College Synthetic Biology Lab. My project title at the moment is to investigate "A 
Synthetic 
Biology 
Approach 
to
 the 
Development 
of 
Biosensors 
for 
the
 Detection
 of 
Pathogenic 
Biofilms
."
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*Cell-Free expression systems
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*DNA assembly techniques
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*High throughput characterization techniques
  
 
===Education===
 
===Education===
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1st Class Honours Bsc in Biochemistry, Imperial College London <br>
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PhD with Prof. Paul Freemont at Center for Synthetic Biology and Innovation, Imperial College London
  
1st Class Honours Bsc in Biochemistry, Imperial College London
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===Research Projects===
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====PhD Project====
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Cell-free Systems for Synthetic Biology:Development of Characterisation Tools and Biosensors
  
===Previous Projects===
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====Other Research:====
====iGEM:====
 
 
Adviser of Imperial College iGEM team 2009 - The E.ncapsulator
 
Adviser of Imperial College iGEM team 2009 - The E.ncapsulator
 
*Gold Medal Winner
 
*Gold Medal Winner
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*Gold Medal Winner
 
*Gold Medal Winner
  
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===Awards===
  
===Interests===
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===Publications===
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<biblio>
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# 1 Chappell, J., Jensen, K., and Freemont, P.S. (2013). Validation of an entirely in vitro approach for rapid prototyping of DNA regulatory elements for synthetic biology. Nucleic Acids Res. [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23371936 Pubmed]
  
*Biosensors
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*Aptamers
 
*Cell-Free expression systems
 
*DNA assembly techniques
 
*High throughput characterization techniques
 
  
 
===Contact Details===
 
===Contact Details===
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Email - jchappell105@gmail.com
 
Email - jchappell105@gmail.com
 
===Links===
 
[[User:James_Chappell_/My_Sandbox| <font color="white> My Sandbox </font>]]
 
 
[[User:James_Chappell_/R_RK4_Modeling| <font color="white> Using R Program an the RK4 function for modeling gene expression using ODE models </font>]]
 
 
 
[http://2008.igem.org/Team:Imperial_College <font color="white">Imperial College London iGEM 2008 wiki</font>]
 
 
[http://parts.mit.edu/igem07/index.php/Imperial <font color="white">Imperial College London iGEM 2007 wiki</font>]
 

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James Chappell


Interests

  • Biosensors
  • Aptamers
  • Cell-Free expression systems
  • DNA assembly techniques
  • High throughput characterization techniques

Education

1st Class Honours Bsc in Biochemistry, Imperial College London
PhD with Prof. Paul Freemont at Center for Synthetic Biology and Innovation, Imperial College London

Research Projects

PhD Project

Cell-free Systems for Synthetic Biology:Development of Characterisation Tools and Biosensors

Other Research:

Adviser of Imperial College iGEM team 2009 - The E.ncapsulator

  • Gold Medal Winner
  • Winner of Best Manufacturing Project
  • Winner of Best Ethics project

Member of Imperial College iGEM team 2008 - Biofabricator subtilis Project

  • Gold Medal Winner
  • Winner of Best New Natural BioBrick Part
  • Winner of Best Manufacturing Project

Member of Imperial College iGEM team 2007 - Infector Detector Project

  • Gold Medal Winner

Awards

Publications

  1. Chappell, J., Jensen, K., and Freemont, P.S. (2013). Validation of an entirely in vitro approach for rapid prototyping of DNA regulatory elements for synthetic biology. Nucleic Acids Res. Pubmed [1]

Contact Details

James Chappell,
Synthetic Biology Lab,
Division of Molecular Biosciences
Imperial College London,
London, UK

Email - jchappell105@gmail.com