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== Eric Kelsic ==
== Eric Kelsic ==
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* Researcher and Technician at Smolke Lab @ Caltech
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* Researcher and Technician at [[Smolke|Smolke Lab]] @ Caltech
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** [[Smolke:Tech jobs|Tech Jobs]] at Smolke Lab
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** [[Smolke:Tech jobs|Tech Jobs]] at [[Smolke|Smolke Lab]]
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== Research ==
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* I'm working on a system for controlling the mean and variance of protein distributions within cellular populations.
== Interests ==
== Interests ==
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I'm interested in understanding, designing and constructing complex systems in biology
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I'm interested in understanding, designing and constructing new biological systems.  I also think about how biology directs and determines human thinking, morality, behavior and culture.
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* My long term goals are designable and scalable biological systems
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* My short term goals are enabling tools for building biological systems, as well as a developing a conceptual and mathematical understanding of cellular processes.
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* My short term goals are enabling technologies for biological systems
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* My long term goals are robust and scalable biological systems, and better living through biological design.
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* My current research focuses on a system for precision protein expression
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* I am applying to graduate schools to study molecular complexity and engineering in biology.
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* I plan on enrolling in some sort of Bio graduate program in the next few years
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== Recent ==
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* [[Smolke:Kelsic:11-1-06_talk|lab talk]] on the value of independent tools for biological manipulation.
== Education ==
== Education ==
* BS Physics at Caltech, 2006
* BS Physics at Caltech, 2006
== Contact ==
== Contact ==
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* call me on my cell: 626 354 1137
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* email me: kelsic a caltech d edu
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* or email me: kelsic a caltech d edu
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Revision as of 15:53, 2 November 2006

Contents

Eric Kelsic

Research

  • I'm working on a system for controlling the mean and variance of protein distributions within cellular populations.

Interests

I'm interested in understanding, designing and constructing new biological systems. I also think about how biology directs and determines human thinking, morality, behavior and culture.

  • My short term goals are enabling tools for building biological systems, as well as a developing a conceptual and mathematical understanding of cellular processes.
  • My long term goals are robust and scalable biological systems, and better living through biological design.
  • I am applying to graduate schools to study molecular complexity and engineering in biology.

Recent

  • lab talk on the value of independent tools for biological manipulation.

Education

  • BS Physics at Caltech, 2006

Contact

  • email me: kelsic a caltech d edu
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