User:Jiaxing Jason Qin

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I am an undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Student at the Univeristy of Melbourne, majoring in Biocellular.  
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I am a Biomedical Engineering Student at the Univeristy of Melbourne, majoring in Biocellular.  
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I am also a research staff at the Micro/Nanophysics Research Laboratory(MNRL) at Monash University, under the supervision of Ass. Prof. James Friend and Dr. Leslie Yeo.
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I am also a research staff at the Micro/Nanophysics Research Laboratory(MNRL) at Monash University, under the supervision of Ass/Prof James Friend and Dr. Leslie Yeo.
== Academic Background ==
== Academic Background ==
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High school: The Geelong College, Australia
 
University: The University of Melbourne
University: The University of Melbourne
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Electrokinetic Actuation of Dielectric Liquids
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Corona Discharge Induce Turbulence Flow Aids Nano Scale Seperation of Solid/Liquid Phases
=== Bio21 Institute ===
=== Bio21 Institute ===

Revision as of 21:36, 27 January 2008

I am a Biomedical Engineering Student at the Univeristy of Melbourne, majoring in Biocellular.

I am also a research staff at the Micro/Nanophysics Research Laboratory(MNRL) at Monash University, under the supervision of Ass/Prof James Friend and Dr. Leslie Yeo.


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Academic Background

University: The University of Melbourne

Laboratory and Current Project

MNRL

Electrokinetic Actuation of Dielectric Liquids

Corona Discharge Induce Turbulence Flow Aids Nano Scale Seperation of Solid/Liquid Phases

Bio21 Institute

iGEM 2008 Melbourne Team

Future Research Interest

  • Kidney Dialysis technology applied on treatment of blood-bourn viral/bacterial infections
  • Cancer research
  • Stem cell research

Contact Info.

Name: Jason Qin

E-mail: j.qin [AT] ugrad.unimelb.edu.au; Jiaxing.Qin [AT] eng.monash.edu.au

Links

IGEM:Melbourne/2008

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