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I recently completed a post-doc as Detector Layer team leader for the MIT RealNose project, a DARPA-funded effort to engineer a biologically-based smell sensor utilizing olfactory receptor proteins. Our work at MIT stemmed from my Ph.D. research project on the large-scale purification and characterization of olfactory receptors.   
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Before moving to the Bay Area, I completed a post-doc as Detector Layer team leader for the MIT RealNose project, a DARPA-funded effort to engineer a biologically-based smell sensor utilizing olfactory receptor proteins. Our work at MIT stemmed from my Ph.D. research project on the large-scale purification and characterization of olfactory receptors.   
*[http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/09/080929212958.htm Science Daily news article on the research]
*[http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/09/080929212958.htm Science Daily news article on the research]
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*[http://perezhilton.com/2008-10-01-michael-jackson-will-be-happy#.UYFbDo5K7G4 It was even (comically) mentioned on Perez Hilton!]

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About Me

Brian L. Cook, Ph.D.

cookb[at]mit[dot]edu


Before moving to the Bay Area, I completed a post-doc as Detector Layer team leader for the MIT RealNose project, a DARPA-funded effort to engineer a biologically-based smell sensor utilizing olfactory receptor proteins. Our work at MIT stemmed from my Ph.D. research project on the large-scale purification and characterization of olfactory receptors.


I've also enjoyed working in synthetic biology as a Graduate Advisor to the 2007 and 2008 MIT iGEM teams. For more info on iGEM (the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition), please see:


Publications

  1. Kong DS, Cook BL, Liu WE, Corin KA,Ravel DB, Melo P, Zhang S, Jacobsen JM. Cell-free synthesis of olfactory receptor membrane proteins in microfluidic devices. Manuscript in preparation. [cookb2013b]
  2. Corin K, Cook B, and Zhang S. . pmid:23585036. PubMed HubMed [cookb2012]
  3. Corin K, Pick H, Baaske P, Cook BL, Duhr S, Wienken CJ, Braun D, Vogel H, and Zhang S. . pmid:22491779. PubMed HubMed [cookb2013]
  4. Cook BL, Steuerwald D, Kaiser L, Graveland-Bikker J, Vanberghem M, Berke AP, Herlihy K, Pick H, Vogel H, and Zhang S. . pmid:19581598. PubMed HubMed [cookb2009a]
  5. Ren H, Yu D, Ge B, Cook B, Xu Z, and Zhang S. . pmid:19223978. PubMed HubMed [cookb2009b]
  6. Jiang X, Austin PF, Niederhoff RA, Manson SR, Riehm JJ, Cook BL, Pengue G, Chitaley K, Nakayama K, Nakayama KI, and Weintraub SJ. . pmid:19596792. PubMed HubMed [cookb2009c]
  7. Cook BL, Ernberg KE, Chung H, and Zhang S. . pmid:18682799. PubMed HubMed [cookb2008]
  8. Mershin A, Cook B, Kaiser L, and Zhang S. . pmid:16273069. PubMed HubMed [cookb2005]
  9. Austin PF, Cook BL, Niederhoff RA, Manson SR, Coplen DE, and Weintraub SJ. . pmid:15371785. PubMed HubMed [cookb2004]
  10. Deverman BE, Cook BL, Manson SR, Niederhoff RA, Langer EM, Rosová I, Kulans LA, Fu X, Weinberg JS, Heinecke JW, Roth KA, and Weintraub SJ. . pmid:12372300. PubMed HubMed [cookb2002]
  11. He S, Cook BL, Deverman BE, Weihe U, Zhang F, Prachand V, Zheng J, and Weintraub SJ. . pmid:10594038. PubMed HubMed [cookb2000]
All Medline abstracts: PubMed HubMed
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