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Joel P. Wagner
Ph.D. Candidate, Biological Engineering (MIT)
Adviser: Douglas Lauffenburger
Email: jpw at mit dot edu
Office: 56-379

  • M.Phil., Computational Biology (University of Cambridge)
  • B.S., Chemical Engineering, Honors Biochemistry (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • Research experience with the pharmaceutical industry (analytical chemistry), MIT (in vitro immune responses, proteomic dataset analysis), Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (in vivo immune responses), and UW-Madison (cell adhesion, protein biochemistry)
  • Lover of fairly hard ice cream, respectably strong coffee, and classic American diners

Quotes and Causerie Nibbles

"I cherish the firm conviction that the physico-mathematical research method correctly applied, is in a position to do a great service to organic physics."
Emil du Bois-Reymond, 1848

"Instead of the Krebs cycle, we are now going to have expression maps of 100,000 different genes. Good luck figuring that out!"
Kenneth Kinzler, 1995

When in need of inspiration.
They Might Be Giants

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