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About Me

Brian L. Cook, Ph.D.

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. The project 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:


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Shuguang Zhang, Ph.D.

  • Associate Director, MIT Center for Biomedical Engineering
  • 500 Technology Square, NE47-379; Cambridge, MA 02139
  • Phone: (617) 258-7514
  • Fax: (617) 258-5239
  • Email:

Dr. Zhang served as my Ph.D. thesis advisor and principal investigator throughout my research at MIT

Andreas Mershin, Ph.D.

  • Project Manager, MIT RealNose
  • 77 Massachusetts Avenue, NE47-383; Cambridge, MA 02139
  • Phone: (617) 515-4192
  • Email:

Dr. Mershin served as my project manager during my R&D work on the MIT RealNose

Steven J. Weintraub, M.D.

  • Department of Internal Medicine, St. Louis VA Medical Center–John Cochran Division
  • 915 North Grand Blvd; Saint Louis, Missouri 63106
  • Phone: (314) 652-4100 x55298
  • Email:

Dr. Weintraub served as my principal investigator throughout my research at Washington University School of Medicine

  • Additional references available upon request
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