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== Katie Galloway ==
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== Kate E. Galloway ==
  
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CIRM Postdoctoral Fellow
  
Graduate Student
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University of Southern California
  
Chemical Engineering, MC 210-41
 
  
California Institute of Technology
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== Research Interests ==
  
Pasadena, CA 91125-4100
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Synthetic genetic control of signaling pathways
  
626.395.6802
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Reprogramming cellular fate
  
katiegal (at) caltech (dot) edu
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Direct conversion of fibroblasts into motor neurons
  
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Role of noncoding RNAs in gene regulation and fate specification
  
  
== Research Interests ==
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== Education ==
  
Designing riboswitches into digital control systems for the purpose of controlling gene expression
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Ph.D. Chemical Engineering California Institute of Technology 2012
  
Studying trans-acting ribozymes function
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M.S. Chemical Engineering California Institute of Technology 2007
  
Cosmology...in my free time
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B.S. Chemical Engineering Univeristy of California,Berkeley 2005
  
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==Publications==
  
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*Galloway KE, Franco E, Smolke CD: Dynamically reshaping signaling networks to program cell fate via genetic controllers. Science 2013, 341:1235005.[http://www.sciencemag.org/content/341/6152/1235005.abstract]                                    Related articles: Concentrating (on) native proteins to control cell fate[http://www.sciencemag.org/content/341/6152/1349.summary]  "Engineering off the beaten pathway"[http://www.nature.com/nmeth/journal/v10/n10/full/nmeth.2680.html]
  
== Previous Exploits ==
 
  
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*Chen YY*, Galloway KE*, Smolke CD: Synthetic biology: advancing biological frontiers by building synthetic systems. Genome Biol 2012, 13:240.[http://genomebiology.com/content/13/2/240]*These authors contributed equally to this work.
  
  
B.S. Chemical Engineering Univeristy of California,Berkeley[http://berkeley.edu] 2005
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*Kostal J, Mulchandani A, Gropp KE, Chen W: A temperature responsive biopolymer for mercury remediation. Environ Sci Technol 2003, 37:4457-4462.
  
Cal Women's Soccer[http://calbears.cstv.com/sports/w-soccer/cal-w-soccer-body.html] Spring 2004
 
  
Cal Women's Crew[http://calbears.cstv.com/sports/w-crew/cal-w-crew-body.html] 2001-2002
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*Win MN, Galloway KE, Smolke CD. : Modular aptamer-regulated ribozymes. Patent No.8,158,595. (issued) 2012
  
International Baccalaureate Diploma Recipient[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IB_Diploma_Programme]2001
 
 
Centennial High School Valedictorian 2001
 
  
  
 
== Good Things to Read ==
 
== Good Things to Read ==
 
A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Short_History_of_Nearly_Everything]
 
A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Short_History_of_Nearly_Everything]
 
The Origins of Life by Hugh Ross and Fuz Rana
 
 
Jane Eyre by Emily Bronte
 

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Kate E. Galloway

CIRM Postdoctoral Fellow

University of Southern California


Research Interests

Synthetic genetic control of signaling pathways

Reprogramming cellular fate

Direct conversion of fibroblasts into motor neurons

Role of noncoding RNAs in gene regulation and fate specification


Education

Ph.D. Chemical Engineering California Institute of Technology 2012

M.S. Chemical Engineering California Institute of Technology 2007

B.S. Chemical Engineering Univeristy of California,Berkeley 2005

Publications

  • Galloway KE, Franco E, Smolke CD: Dynamically reshaping signaling networks to program cell fate via genetic controllers. Science 2013, 341:1235005.[1] Related articles: Concentrating (on) native proteins to control cell fate[2] "Engineering off the beaten pathway"[3]


  • Chen YY*, Galloway KE*, Smolke CD: Synthetic biology: advancing biological frontiers by building synthetic systems. Genome Biol 2012, 13:240.[4]*These authors contributed equally to this work.


  • Kostal J, Mulchandani A, Gropp KE, Chen W: A temperature responsive biopolymer for mercury remediation. Environ Sci Technol 2003, 37:4457-4462.


  • Win MN, Galloway KE, Smolke CD. : Modular aptamer-regulated ribozymes. Patent No.8,158,595. (issued) 2012


Good Things to Read

A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson[5]