User:Dileep D. Monie

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*Dileep D. Monie
*Dileep D. Monie
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*Johns Hopkins University
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*[http://www.jhu.edu/ Johns Hopkins University]
*Baltimore, MD, USA  
*Baltimore, MD, USA  
*[[Special:Emailuser/Dileep D. Monie|Email me through OpenWetWare]]
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I work in the [http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/som/ School of Medicine] at [http://www.jhu.edu/ JHU].  I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from the [http://events.ccc.de/congress/2007/Fahrplan/events/2329.en.html 24C3 Endy lecture], and I've joined because I am interested in contributing to the [[The_BioBricks_Foundation:Standards/Technical|BBF Technical Standards]].
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I work in the [http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/wilmer Wilmer Eye Institute] at the [http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/som/ JHU School of Medicine].  I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from the [http://events.ccc.de/congress/2007/Fahrplan/events/2329.en.html 24C3 Endy lecture], and I've joined because I am interested in contributing to the [[The_BioBricks_Foundation:Standards/Technical|BBF Technical Standards]].
==Research Interests==
==Research Interests==

Revision as of 22:43, 21 March 2008

Contact Info

Dileep D. Monie (an artistic interpretation)
Dileep D. Monie (an artistic interpretation)

I work in the Wilmer Eye Institute at the JHU School of Medicine. I learned about OpenWetWare from the 24C3 Endy lecture, and I've joined because I am interested in contributing to the BBF Technical Standards.

Research Interests

  1. Basic Synthetic Biology
    1. Epigenetics - Manipulating chromatin structures (such as those regulated by DNA methylation and histone tail modifications) as a form of wetware programming
    2. Biocircuits - Designing devices and chassis for cellular computation and communications
    3. Virology - Engineering viruses and pseudoviruses to deliver biological parts and initiate or disrupt signal transduction
  2. Applied Synthetic Biology
    1. Immunology - Defining the theoretical framework and designing components for an artificial immune system
    2. Astrobiology - Engineering sensory devices and energy pathways for extreme environments
    3. Biocomputing - Exploring silicon-based hardware-wetware communications interface

Current Projects

My wet lab contributions are documented in my OWW Notebook.


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