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*[http://www.vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2010/06/2010-445.html "Virginia Tech undergraduates join Virginia United iGEM team for national synthetic biology competition" (June 2010)]
*[http://www.vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2010/06/2010-445.html "Virginia Tech undergraduates join Virginia United iGEM team for national synthetic biology competition" (June 2010)]
*[http://www.news.vcu.edu/news/VCU_to_participate_in_a_fourschool_coalition_to_tackle_competitive "VCU to Participate in a Four-School Coalition to Tackle Competitive iGEM Competition" (July 2010)]
*[http://www.news.vcu.edu/news/VCU_to_participate_in_a_fourschool_coalition_to_tackle_competitive "VCU to Participate in a Four-School Coalition to Tackle Competitive iGEM Competition" (July 2010)]
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*[http://www.news.vcu.edu/news/VCU_to_participate_in_a_fourschool_coalition_to_tackle_competitive "Virginia Team Wins Bronze Medal in Genetically Engineered Machines Competition" (December 2010)]

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Synthetic Biology Education

I am the founder of the Virginia Genetically Engineered Machine Team, a synthetic biology research group of undergraduate students at the University of Virginia, which competes in MIT's international Genetically Engineered Machines competition. In 2007, I directed the inaugural VGEM Team. I served as an advisor to the 2008 VGEM Team and directed the first introductory synthetic biology course at UVA, which I created as part of my undergraduate thesis. In 2009, I founded the first iGEM team at Virginia Commonwealth University and developed materials for a new an introductory synthetic biology course at VCU with my advisor. I am one of the advisors to the 2010 Virginia United iGEM team, a regional, multi-institutional synthetic biology research group.

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