User:Jacqueline Soegaard

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Jacqueline Soegaard (an artistic interpretation)

I work in the 20.109 Lab at MIT. I learned about OpenWetWare from Natalie Kuldell, and I've joined because Student in BE 20.109.


  • MIT Class of 2012, Course 20: Biological Engineering

Research interests

Microalgae lipid fuel production


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Registration/Questionnaire: 20.109 Spring 2010

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[Course/Minor] Major: Course 20 (Biological Engineering) Potential Minors: Management Science in Course 15, French Concentration: French

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Potentially Relevant Background

Have you taken/are you taking... Answer yes/no/when
7.05/5.07 (Biochemistry) No
7.06 (Cell Biology) No
7.03 (Genetics) Yes; Spring 2010
7.02 (General Biology Lab) No
5.310 (General Chemistry Lab) No

Do you have experience with... Answer yes/no/type
Cell culture (microbial/mammalian/yeast?) Yes, mammalian.
Molecular biology (electrophoresis, PCR, etc) Yes, PCR, electrophoresis, ELISA.

Please briefly describe any previous laboratory experience

I worked at the Broad Institute during a summer genomics course as part of the MIT MITES program. Last semester I UROPed at the Khademhosseini Lab, where I worked on a project which aimed at designing a chip device for detecting cardiotoxicity using a miniaturized ELISA and in-chip cell cultures.

Anything else you would like us to know?

I have NEVER seen such a gorgeous lab before!

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