User:KimdeMora

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The first year of my PhD was spent learning more about synthetic biology in [http://openwetware.org/wiki/French_Lab Chris Frenchs] Lab in Edinburgh.  I am currently working in [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Silver Pam Silvers] lab in the department of systems biology at Harvard.
The first year of my PhD was spent learning more about synthetic biology in [http://openwetware.org/wiki/French_Lab Chris Frenchs] Lab in Edinburgh.  I am currently working in [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Silver Pam Silvers] lab in the department of systems biology at Harvard.
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These yeast images were taken using DIC settings at 100x.  No binning was used to obtain the maximum resolution from the microscope.  In both images the yeast have been grown in YEPD for 16-18 hours and resuspended in YPGO for a further 24 hours.   
These yeast images were taken using DIC settings at 100x.  No binning was used to obtain the maximum resolution from the microscope.  In both images the yeast have been grown in YEPD for 16-18 hours and resuspended in YPGO for a further 24 hours.   

Revision as of 11:20, 31 March 2008


Bio


Kim de Mora

Undergrad: Master of Mechanical Engineering and Management from the University of Edinburgh

PhD: Yeast Synthetic Biology at the University of Edinburgh


Synthetic Biology work


Member of the Edinburgh iGEM 2006 team

See out wiki here

See our talk on Google videos

Advisor to the Edinburgh 2007 iGEM team

iGEM 2007 jamboree volunteer



Graduate work


The first year of my PhD was spent learning more about synthetic biology in Chris Frenchs Lab in Edinburgh. I am currently working in Pam Silvers lab in the department of systems biology at Harvard.


Contact


image:Kim de mora Emails.jpg



Yeast images


These yeast images were taken using DIC settings at 100x. No binning was used to obtain the maximum resolution from the microscope. In both images the yeast have been grown in YEPD for 16-18 hours and resuspended in YPGO for a further 24 hours.

Image:8-Bit Copy of test1 w1DIC to camera.tif Image:8-Bit Copy of DIC Camera - exploding cells.tif

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