Jennifer Braff

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== Bio ==
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== Bio ==
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*I am currently a graduate student in the MIT/Woods Hole Joint Program working in the [[DeLong Lab]]
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*Biological Oceanography Masters student in the MIT/Woods Hole Joint Program working in the [[DeLong Lab]] ('05-'07)
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*I was a research assistant in the [[Endy Lab]] ('03-'05)
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*Research assistant in the [[Endy Lab]] ('03-'05)
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*and a photo assistant for Chantileer Press and [http://www.enature.com Enature.com] ('99-'02)
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*Photo assistant for Chantileer Press and [http://www.enature.com Enature.com] ('99-'02)
*B.A. in History [???] @ NYU, 2001
*B.A. in History [???] @ NYU, 2001
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**PoPS = Polymerase Per Second
**PoPS = Polymerase Per Second
**RiPS = Ribosomes Per Second
**RiPS = Ribosomes Per Second
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user:jcbraff

Bio

  • Biological Oceanography Masters student in the MIT/Woods Hole Joint Program working in the DeLong Lab ('05-'07)
  • Research assistant in the Endy Lab ('03-'05)
  • Photo assistant for Chantileer Press and Enature.com ('99-'02)
  • B.A. in History [???] @ NYU, 2001

DeLong Lab Research

Endy Lab Research

  • characterization of standard biological parts
  • defining standard operating conditions for integrated biological systems
  • measuring physical characteristics (e.g. protein/cell, PoPS, RiPS) of gene expression devices built from standard parts
    • PoPS = Polymerase Per Second
    • RiPS = Ribosomes Per Second
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