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=='''Nancy Guillen'''==
=='''Nancy Guillen'''==
==Bio==
==Bio==
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*2nd year graduate student in the Biological Engineering Department working with [http://web.mit.edu/schauerlab/www/Schauerlab.html David Schauer] and [http://web.mit.edu/dallab/ Douglas Lauffenburger]
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*3rd year graduate student in the Biological Engineering Department working with [http://schauer.openwetware.org David Schauer] and [http://lauffenburger.openwetware.org/ Douglas Lauffenburger]
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*B. Sc. in Industrial Biotechnology from the [http://www.uprm.edu University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez]
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*B. Sc. in Industrial Biotechnology from the [http://www.uprm.edu University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez]2004
==Project==
==Project==
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Experimental studies of intracellular signaling, gene expression and cell survival decisions of epithelial cells upon bacterial infection, with emphasis on quantitative, time dependent data. Research focused on bacterial pathogens that infect the GI track and utilize secretion systems to deliver molecules, that affect cell behavior, such as Helicobacter pylori, Salmonella typhimurium, Campylobacter jejuni, EPEC and EHEC. Develop a data-driven predictive mathematical model to describe cell behavior in response to bacterial infection.
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Experimental studies and mathematical modeling of intracellular signaling, gene expression and cell survival decisions of epithelial cells upon bacterial infection, with emphasis on quantitative, time dependent data.
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==Contact==
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MIT 56-786
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nancyg@mit.edu

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Nancy Guillen

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Experimental studies and mathematical modeling of intracellular signaling, gene expression and cell survival decisions of epithelial cells upon bacterial infection, with emphasis on quantitative, time dependent data.

Contact

MIT 56-786

nancyg@mit.edu

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