User:Ryan T. Willett

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I am a graduate student finishing up my PhD in the Laboratory of Lloyd Greene at Columbia University. I also teach the class Neurobiology of Development and Disease at the Science Honor Program at Columbia University. [[OpenWetWare]] caught my attention in a writeup on DIY, howebrew biology in New Scientist magazine.
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==Contact Info==
==Contact Info==
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*Laboratory of Lloyd Greene
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*Ryan T. Willett
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*Columbia University - Department of Pharmacology, Center for Neurobiology and Behavior
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*Columbia University
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*New York, NY, USA  
*New York, NY, USA  
*[[Special:Emailuser/Ryan T. Willett|Contact Information]]
*[[Special:Emailuser/Ryan T. Willett|Contact Information]]
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I work in the Laboratory of Lloyd Greene at Columbia University.  I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from A writeup page on DIY, howebrew biology in New Scientist magazine. I've joined because I've always been a fan of DIY things and would like to help make science accessible to the public.
 
==Education==
==Education==
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* 2009? PhD, Columbia University (finishing)
* 2009? PhD, Columbia University (finishing)
* 2006 MPhil, Columbia University
* 2006 MPhil, Columbia University
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* 2002 BS, Biology
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* 2002 BS, Brandeis University - Biology
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* 2002 BA, Biochemistry
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* 2002 BA, Brandeis University - Biochemistry
* 2000 Harvard University Medical School. Summer Fellowship in the Laboratory of T Keith Blackwell at the Center for Blood Research (now the Immune Disease Institute)
* 2000 Harvard University Medical School. Summer Fellowship in the Laboratory of T Keith Blackwell at the Center for Blood Research (now the Immune Disease Institute)
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* Brian Hoffman Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies
* Brian Hoffman Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies
* Graduated with High Honors in Biology for the undergraduate thesis "Posttranscriptional Analysis of Circadian Rhythms" in the laboratory of Michael Rosbash
* Graduated with High Honors in Biology for the undergraduate thesis "Posttranscriptional Analysis of Circadian Rhythms" in the laboratory of Michael Rosbash
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==Expertise==
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*molecular biology
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*RNA/DNA/protein biochemistry
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*dissection and primary cell culture
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*animal surgery
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*pseudotype recombinant retrovirus production and purification
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*histology
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==Research interests==
==Research interests==

Revision as of 12:25, 15 January 2009

Ryan T. Willett (an artistic interpretation)
Ryan T. Willett (an artistic interpretation)

I am a graduate student finishing up my PhD in the Laboratory of Lloyd Greene at Columbia University. I also teach the class Neurobiology of Development and Disease at the Science Honor Program at Columbia University. OpenWetWare caught my attention in a writeup on DIY, howebrew biology in New Scientist magazine.

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Contact Info

  • Laboratory of Lloyd Greene
  • Columbia University - Department of Pharmacology, Center for Neurobiology and Behavior
  • New York, NY, USA
  • Contact Information

Education

  • 2009? PhD, Columbia University (finishing)
  • 2006 MPhil, Columbia University
  • 2002 BS, Brandeis University - Biology
  • 2002 BA, Brandeis University - Biochemistry
  • 2000 Harvard University Medical School. Summer Fellowship in the Laboratory of T Keith Blackwell at the Center for Blood Research (now the Immune Disease Institute)

Awards

  • Brian Hoffman Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies
  • Graduated with High Honors in Biology for the undergraduate thesis "Posttranscriptional Analysis of Circadian Rhythms" in the laboratory of Michael Rosbash

Expertise

  • molecular biology
  • RNA/DNA/protein biochemistry
  • dissection and primary cell culture
  • animal surgery
  • pseudotype recombinant retrovirus production and purification
  • histology


Research interests

  1. Neural Development
  2. Stem cell biology
  3. Genetic Engineering / Gene Therapy
  4. Bioengineering
  5. Biochemistry
  6. Bioinformatics

Publications

Yeah.....working on that.

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