User:Tim Helbig

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==Contact Info==
==Contact Info==
[[Image:OWWEmblem.png|thumb|right|Tim Helbig (an artistic interpretation)]]
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*Tim Helbig
 
*Massachusetts Institute of Technology
*Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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I work in the [[Your Lab]] at XYZ University.  I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from Through the instructor of the course I'll be TAing, and I've joined because I'm becoming a TA for a course this fall, which is housed on this site; so, joining will allow me to edit course material and interact with students..
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Hi, I'm a second year grad student in the Microbiology Program.  I'm originally from southern NJ (before you think anything negative, be aware that NJ has more diners and movie theaters per capita than any other state and is over 45% forested) and went to undergrad at Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh majoring in Biological Sciences. 
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I'm currently working in the lab of Dr. Janelle Thompson (Course 1 faculty member) using the sea anemone ''Nematostella vectensis'' as a model system for studying host-microbe interactions within coralsI've also been doing some comparative genomics of the anemone microbial symbionts, sequenced using next-generation technologies. 
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==Useful links==
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*[[OpenWetWare:Welcome|Introductory tutorial]]
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Contact Info

Tim Helbig (an artistic interpretation)
Tim Helbig (an artistic interpretation)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • E-mail: thelbig AT mit DOT edu

Background

Hi, I'm a second year grad student in the Microbiology Program. I'm originally from southern NJ (before you think anything negative, be aware that NJ has more diners and movie theaters per capita than any other state and is over 45% forested) and went to undergrad at Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh majoring in Biological Sciences.

Current Research

I'm currently working in the lab of Dr. Janelle Thompson (Course 1 faculty member) using the sea anemone Nematostella vectensis as a model system for studying host-microbe interactions within corals. I've also been doing some comparative genomics of the anemone microbial symbionts, sequenced using next-generation technologies.

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