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    <th bgcolor="#FFFFFF"><center><font size="+2"><a href="http://openwetware.org/wiki/Biomod/2014/DNAbeans"><span style="color:#CC0000">DNAbeans</span></a></font></center></th>
    <th bgcolor="#CC0000"><center><font size="+2"><a href="http://openwetware.org/wiki/BIOMODteam.html"><span style="color:#FFFFFF">Team</span></a></font></center></th>
    <th bgcolor="#FFFFFF"><center><font size="+2"><a href="http://openwetware.org/wiki/DNAbeansProject.html"><span style="color:#CC0000">Project</span></a></font></center></th>
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    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:center"><img src= "http://www.mse.ncsu.edu/research/labean/uploads/thlabean-1348755050.jpg" width="300"  style="padding-right:200px"></a></td>
    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:left"><font size="+1"><span> Thomas Labean,<br> Associate Professor at NCSU <br> BS in Biochemistry, Honors College, Michigan State University, 1985 PhD in Biochemistry, University of Pennsylvania, 1993   LaBean earned his BS in biochemistry from the Honors College at Michigan State University, and his PhD in biochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania. He studied protein design as a postdoctoral fellow at Duke University. Recently, he ran his own group as research professor with appointments in the departments of Computer Science, Chemistry, and Biomedical Engineering at Duke University. LaBean joined the Materials Science and Engineering Faculty in August 2011.  Throughout his career, LaBean has studied the structure, evolution, and engineering of biopolymers (biomacromolecules and materials assembled from them). Current research projects involve the design, construction, and testing of self-assembling DNA nanostructures for applications in molecular materials, nanoelectronics, nanophotonics, molecular robotics, and nanomedicine. Potential applications include the further miniaturization of electronics circuits and devices, creation of stimulus responsive constructs for chemo- and bio-sensing, and molecular therapeutics with inherent computational function.</span></font></td> 
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    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:right"><font size="+1"><span>Nicole Estrich <br> In 2012, Nicole received her Master's degree through the study and fabrication of a conductive antireflection coating for silicon solar cell applications. She has designed a new 3D DNA origami structure that incorporates specific nanomaterials into the system to extend the chiral, plasmonic, and electronic capabilities of DNA origami and 3D network architectures, and is currently pursuing her PhD in this realm. After completing her PhD, she would like to obtain a career in a high-tech industry.</span></font></td>
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    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:center"><img src= "http://www.mse.ncsu.edu/research/labean/uploads/jmmajike-1338313713.jpg" width="300"  style="padding-right:200px"></td>
    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:left"><font size="+1"><span> Jacob Majikes <br> I am currently studying self assembled transistors built using DNA and metal nanoparticles, and am interested in coming up with efficient ways to electrically connect said transistors without affecting the transistor properties.  I am also interested in the integration of molecular switches and machines with DNA self assembled structures.  I hope to complete a Ph.D., then move on to work in either academia or a small business.</span></font></td> 
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Alex is a Senior in Physics and Physics Education. He is considering lengthening his time at North Carolina State University by switching majors once again. He enjoys physics, materials science, long walks on the beach, pina coladas, and getting caught in the rain. </span></font></td>

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    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:left"><font size="+1"><span>Erin Furgason <br> Erin is a second year undergraduate student currently pursuing a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. She is the Vice President of the NCSU Society of Women Engineers chapter and is an active member of the Women in Science and Engineering living and learning program. She enjoys watching movies, being outside and eating all forms of chocolate.

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    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:right"><font size="+1"><span>William Crumpler <br> William Crumpler is junior in Materials Science and Engineering at NC

State University. He has conducted research into the synthesis, overgrowth, and silica coating of gold nanorods, as well as their functionalization with fluorescent probes. He has also studied the gas phase synthesis of iron oxide nanoparticles through the DAAD RISE program, and is a research assistant for the start-up company Undercover Colors.</span></font></td>

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    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:left"><font size="+1"><span>Mark Conrad <br> Mark Conrad is a senior in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Biotechnology. he is an active member in both the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and NCSU Engineers without borders. He enjoys skiing, running cross country, and anything related to Game of Thrones. </span></font></td> 
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    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:right"><font size="+1"><span>Brandon Bestwina <br> Brandon is in his fifth year of Biomedical Engineering at NCSU, and is earning two minors in Tissue Engineering and Biotechnology and is expected to graduate in the Spring of 2015. He hopes to pursue a job in the engineering design field for clinical or medical device development. He currently researches how knee menisci develope during adolescence with the aim of replicating the organizational properties of native collagen matrices. He enjoys getting in over his head, learning new skills, baking and cooking, running and reading. He hopes that he can get a job where his actions impact the quality and happiness of human life in the medical field. </span></font></td>
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    <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" style="text-align:left"><font size="+1"><span>Amy Goodling<br> Amy is a junior in Materials Science and Engineering at NC State. I am from Cary, North Carolina. My education goals include graduating and finding a job. My likes are television, owls, physics, tomatoes, photography and hot sauce. My dislikes are pimento cheese and dragon flies.</span></font></td> 
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