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David's Presentation on [[Media:IGEM_signaling_yeast_mapk.ppt|Cell Signaling]]
David's Presentation on [[Media:IGEM_signaling_yeast_mapk.ppt|Cell Signaling]]
Noah's Slides on [[Media:GEM_FACS_Scope.ppt|Reading Behavior‎]]
Noah's Slides on [[Media:IGEM_FACS_Scope.ppt|Reading Behavior‎]]

Revision as of 14:28, 28 June 2007



Team Members


  • Michael Chen (UC Berkeley)
  • Eric Chou (Lincoln High)
  • Jimmy Huang (Lincoln High)
  • Lauren Jann (Lincoln High)
  • Eric Meltzer (Palo Alto High)
  • Alexander Ng (Lincoln High)
  • Robert Ovadia (Lincoln High)


  • Caleb Bashor
  • Matt Eames
  • Noah Helman
  • Andrew Horwitz
  • Sergio Peisajovich
  • David Pincus
  • Ryan Ritterson
  • Nili Sommovilla
  • Reid Williams

Faculty Advisors


Teaching framework

The iGEM team will be composed High school and undergraduates. To have an effective effort over this short time (8-10 weeks) our strategy will be to focus the first half of the program on a well-scripted didactic and teaching lab program, while the second half of the program will focus on independent generation and implementation of novel and creative ideas. Thus the summer program will have three major components.


Week One (June 11th-16th):

Student booklet covering basics on Synthetic Bio & Yeast.

Nili's Intro to iGEM & the UCSF team

Sergio' Intro to Synthetic Biology and Yeast

David's Presentation on Cell Signaling

Noah's Slides on Reading Behavior‎

Week Three:

Sergio's first two synthetic organelle presentations.


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