Biomod/2012/Harvard/BioDesign/Team

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**Name: Wesley Chen
**Name: Wesley Chen
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**Concentration: Applied Math
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**Concentration: Women and Gender Studies
**Graduating Year: 2015
**Graduating Year: 2015
**Hobbies: Kite running, swimming on land, flying in water
**Hobbies: Kite running, swimming on land, flying in water
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**Summer 2012 Plans had I not done Biomod:  
**Summer 2012 Plans had I not done Biomod:  
**Dream Bottled Water Company to Become CEO of: Evian
**Dream Bottled Water Company to Become CEO of: Evian
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**3 Alliterative Adjectives to Associate Self With:
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**3 Alliterative Adjectives to Associate Self With: Wild (craycray), Weird, Whisk-y
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**In Young Cho
**In Young Cho
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**Ian Choi
**Ian Choi
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**Valentina Lyau
**Valentina Lyau
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**Concentration: Art History
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**Graduating year: 2015
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**Deepest darkest secret: I'm actually an antelope
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**Mark Jacob Pritt
**Mark Jacob Pritt

Revision as of 20:49, 26 October 2012

Harvard BioDesign 2012


Temporary team picture!


  • Team Bio

Rock Photo? o.O

    • Name: Wesley Chen
    • Concentration: Women and Gender Studies
    • Graduating Year: 2015
    • Hobbies: Kite running, swimming on land, flying in water
    • Favorite Liquid: Gatorade? DMSO?
    • Life Goal at age 4: Garbage Truck Driver
    • Darkest Fear: Teacup Rides and Sunscreen Lotion
    • Fun Fact: I once was an astronaut, but because the job took time away from family, I decided to go to school
    • Summer 2012 Plans had I not done Biomod:
    • Dream Bottled Water Company to Become CEO of: Evian
    • 3 Alliterative Adjectives to Associate Self With: Wild (craycray), Weird, Whisk-y
    • In Young Cho


    • Ian Choi


    • Valentina Lyau
    • Concentration: Art History
    • Graduating year: 2015
    • Deepest darkest secret: I'm actually an antelope
    • Mark Jacob Pritt
  • Graduate/postdoc mentors
    • Mingjie Dai
    • Adam Marblestone
    • Ralf Jungmann
    • Dave Zhang


  • Faculty mentors
    • William Shih
    • Peng Yin
    • Jagesh Shah


  • We would also like to thank
    • Robert Barish
    • Jeffrey Chen
    • Andrew Payne
    • Casey Grun
    • Bryan Wei
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