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==Contact Info==
 
==Contact Info==
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I work in the UCLA Clinical Microbiology Laboratory [http://pathology.ucla.edu/body.cfm?id=107]
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# I hope to pursue graduate school and eventually work in a clinical laboratory setting.
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==Misc.==
 
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* I like that in math there is ussually one predetermined correct answer.
 
* I like that in math there is ussually one predetermined correct answer.
 
* I really enjoy that in biology there is always something new to discover, and in research there are always improvements that can be made in the various procedures and techniques utilized.
 
* I really enjoy that in biology there is always something new to discover, and in research there are always improvements that can be made in the various procedures and techniques utilized.
 
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* I work in the Center for Student Success at Lmu, located in North Hall 103. It is a great resource for any student in Seaver College
 
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Class Journals

Assignments/Individul Journals

Contact Info

LMU Lion Class of 2014

I work in the UCLA Clinical Microbiology Laboratory

Education

  • Biology Major
  • LMU Class of 2014
  • Upper Division Biology Classes: BIO 398-04Developmental and Molecular Neurobiology, BIO 398-03 Biomathmatical Modeling

Career interests

  1. I hope to pursue graduate school.
  2. Eventually work in as a clinical laboratory scientist or laboratory director.

Additinal Info

  • Do you have any worries or concerns about this class at this point? My only concern is using the wiki to post assignments, but I am already finding that although there is a learning curve it is not too difficult.
  • Is there anything else you would like the instructors to know? Even though I am very capable of dong math problems, it is one of my least favorite subjects

Misc.

  • I like that in math there is ussually one predetermined correct answer.
  • I really enjoy that in biology there is always something new to discover, and in research there are always improvements that can be made in the various procedures and techniques utilized.
  • I work in the Center for Student Success at Lmu, located in North Hall 103. It is a great resource for any student in Seaver College
  • user: Paul N. Magnano
  • LMU bulletin LMU Bulletin
  • BIOL398-03/S13 Homepage