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<font size="4">Ekaterina (Kat) Pak</font size>
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<font size="2">Department of Biological Engineering<br>
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<font size="2">Ph.D. Candidate, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Harvard University<br>
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MIT<br>
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Cambridge, MA<br>
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[mailto:katpak@mit.edu katpak@mit.edu]
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<font size="2">B.S., Biological Engineering, MIT 2009<br>
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[mailto:katpak@fas.harvard.edu katpak@fas.harvard.edu]
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== Research Experience==
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'''Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research '''<Br>              
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Cambridge, MA<Br>
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NIBR Summer Internship Program, Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases<Br>
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(June 2009-August 2009)
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== Education==
 
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<blockquote>Biological Engineering <br>
 
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MIT, Class of 2009
 
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'''MIT Department of Biological Engineering '''<Br>          
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== Lab Experience==
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Cambridge, MA<Br>
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Undergraduate Research<Br>
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Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bevin Engelward, direct advisor Dr. Werner Olipitz <Br>
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(January 2008-January 2009)
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'''California Institute of Technology '''<Br>                        
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Pasadena, CA<Br>
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Amgen Scholars Program<Br>
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Faculty Advisor: Dr. Christina Smolke<Br>
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http://openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:Caltech/2007/Project/Riboregulator <Br>
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(June 2007-August 2007)
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'''MIT Media Lab '''<Br>        
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Cambridge, MA <Br>
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Undergraduate Research <Br>
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Faculty Advisor: Dr. Peter Carr <Br>
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(January 2006-June 2007)
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Summer 2007: I worked at Caltech on the iGEM project. Specifically, I was working on the design and implementation of riboregulators.
 
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January 2006-June 2007: I worked in Prof. Shuguang Zhang's lab at MIT on a fusion protein for error correction in DNA synthesis.
 
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August 2004-August 2005: I worked at the Public Health Research Institute in Newark, New Jersey on developing a diagnostic assay to detect pathogenic species in humans with molecular beacons.
 
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* [[Katpak:m1d1| 20.109 Mod1Day1 Q&A]]
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'''Public Health Research Institute'''<Br>        
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* [[Katpak:m1d2| 20.109 Mod1Day2 Q&A]]
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Newark, NJ<Br>
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* [[Katpak:m3d2| 20.109 Mod3 Research Proposal]]
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Internship<Br>
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(August 2004-August 2005)

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Ekaterina (Kat) Pak

Ph.D. Candidate, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Harvard University

B.S., Biological Engineering, MIT 2009


katpak@fas.harvard.edu


Research Experience

Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research
Cambridge, MA
NIBR Summer Internship Program, Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases
(June 2009-August 2009)


MIT Department of Biological Engineering
Cambridge, MA
Undergraduate Research
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bevin Engelward, direct advisor Dr. Werner Olipitz
(January 2008-January 2009)


California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA
Amgen Scholars Program
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Christina Smolke
http://openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:Caltech/2007/Project/Riboregulator
(June 2007-August 2007)


MIT Media Lab
Cambridge, MA
Undergraduate Research
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Peter Carr
(January 2006-June 2007)


Public Health Research Institute
Newark, NJ
Internship
(August 2004-August 2005)

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