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The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering<br>
Georgia Tech and Emory University <br>
Georgia Tech and Emory University <br>
315 Ferst Dr.<br>
315 Ferst Dr.<br>
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1997-2003 Ph.D., University of Washington <br>
1997-2003 Ph.D., University of Washington <br>
Bioengineering <br>
Bioengineering <br>
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My doctoral thesis focused on how skeletal muscle regulated glycogenolysis under anaerobic conditions by analyzing the biochemical pathway with computational modeling
 
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2003-2006 Postdoc, M.I.T. <br>
2003-2006 Postdoc, M.I.T. <br>
Biological engineering <br>
Biological engineering <br>
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In collaboration with Lucia Wille, generated a predictive model of IL-2 response from T cell activation with varying avidity ligands
 
   
   
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== Teaching ==
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BME 1300: Problems in Biomedical Engineering I

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Melissa Lambeth Kemp


Assistant Professor
The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering
Georgia Tech and Emory University
315 Ferst Dr.
Atlanta, GA 30306-0363

melissa.kemp at bme.gatech.edu

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Research Interests

  • Modeling and experimental testing of signal transduction dynamics
  • Network analysis of protein-protein interactions
  • Thiolation and glutathiolation of signaling proteins
  • T cell activation

Education

1993-97 B.S., M.I.T.
Nuclear engineering with a minor in biomedical engineering

1997-2003 Ph.D., University of Washington
Bioengineering

2003-2006 Postdoc, M.I.T.
Biological engineering

Publications


PubMed Entries

Teaching

BME 1300: Problems in Biomedical Engineering I

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