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==Education==
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*In progress, Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University, Chemical and Life Science Engineering, Advised by Stephen Fong
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*In progress, Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, Advised by Stephen Fong
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*2009, M.S., Virginia Commonwealth University, Chemical and Life Science Engineering
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*M.S. in Chemical Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2009
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*2008, B.S., University of Virginia, Chemical Engineering (Biotechnology Concentration), Minor in Biology
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*B.S. in Chemical Engineering, University of Virginia, 2008
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*2008, B.A., University of Virginia, Music (Composition Concentration)
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*B.A. in Music, University of Virginia, 2008
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**Undergraduate Thesis Portfolio
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***The Development of a First Course in the Fundamentals of Synthetic Biology at the University of Virginia
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***The VGEM Team: A Model for Enhancing Engineering Education
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***A Regulatory Framework for the Constructive Development of Synthetic Biology
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George H. McArthur IV, Ph.D. student, Virginia Commonwealth University

George McArthur IV
George McArthur IV


Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.Einstein


Welcome! I'm a second-year doctoral student at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, VA and a member of Dr. Stephen Fong's Systems Biological Engineering Laboratory in the Department of Chemical and Life Science Engineering. Currently, I am working on designing and characterizing genetic parts, devices and systems necessary for the implementation and tight control of synthetic microbial metabolism. I am also actively developing synthetic biology educational material. Please feel free to email me.


Research Teaching

Publications

  • McArthur GH 4th, Gowen CM, Bower AGW, McClintock MK, and Fong SS. (2010). Modulating gene expression with designed UP elements. In preparation.
  • McArthur GH 4th and Fong SS. (2009). Toward engineering synthetic microbial metabolism. J. Biomed. Biotechnol. doi:10.1155/2010/459760.


Presentations


Education

  • In progress, Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, Advised by Stephen Fong
  • M.S. in Chemical Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2009
  • B.S. in Chemical Engineering, University of Virginia, 2008
  • B.A. in Music, University of Virginia, 2008
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