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'''Everyone who showed up on May 17th'''. From left: Nelson Yao, Yuli Zhang, Chris Palmer, Steve Goldie, Geoff Halliday, Thai Phi, Hao Shi, Kevin Hong.  
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'''Everyone who showed up on May 17th'''. From left: Nelson Yao, Yuli Zhang, Chris Palmer, Steve Goldie, Geoff Halliday, Thai Phi, Hao Shi, Kevin Hong.
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<html><div class="section"><h2>Louis Briggs</h2></html>
<html><div class="section"><h2>Louis Briggs</h2></html>
([mailto:louis.briggs@qgemteam.com email])<html></div></html>
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==Steve Goldie==
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([mailto:steve.goldie@qgemteam.com email]) Steve is a Life Sciences major with an interest in Cancer Biology and Genetics. He hopes to eventually go to medical school. He became interested in the QGEM team after being promised copious amounts of lab work. So far the research and planning portion of the project has been his favourite part.
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([mailto:steve.goldie@qgemteam.com email]) Steve is a Life Sciences major with an interest in Cancer Biology and Genetics. He hopes to eventually go to medical school. He became interested in the QGEM team after being promised copious amounts of lab work. So far the research and planning portion of the project has been his favourite part.<html></div></html>
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==Geoff Halliday==
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<html><div class="section"><h2>Geoff Halliday</h2></html>
([mailto:geoff.halliday@qgemteam.com email])
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Geoff is on the fence between biomedical computing and biochemistry. He comes from a computing background, but is very interested in the biological sciences, and synthetic biology in particular. He also thinks he finally got the layout looking okay.
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Geoff is on the fence between biomedical computing and biochemistry. He comes from a computing background, but is very interested in the biological sciences, and synthetic biology in particular. He also thinks he finally got the layout looking okay.<html></div></html>
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==Kevin Hong==
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<html><div class="section"><h2>Kevin Hong</h2></html>
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([mailto:kevin.hong@qgemteam.com email])
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==Chris Palmer==
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Chris is a third year Engineering Chemistry student with a strong interest in synthetic biology.  In addition to his involvement with the iGEM Team, he is also working with Drs. Ian Chin-Sang and Ken Ko towards bringing a synthetic biology course into existence at Queen's University.
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Chris is a third year Engineering Chemistry student with a strong interest in synthetic biology.  In addition to his involvement with the iGEM Team, he is also working with Drs. Ian Chin-Sang and Ken Ko towards bringing a synthetic biology course into existence at Queen's University.<html></div></html>
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==Thai Phi==
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([mailto:thai.phi@qgemteam.com email])
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Thai is a third year biochemical engineering student. He joined the Queen's iGEM team in 2010 due to his interest in the emerging field of synthetic biology.
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Thai is a third year biochemical engineering student. He joined the Queen's iGEM team in 2010 due to his interest in the emerging field of synthetic biology.<html></div></html>
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==Basia Rozinowicz==
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([mailto:basia.r@qgemteam.com email])
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==Mike Schmidt==
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Mike is a second year undergraduate student, with a concentration in engineering chemistry. Mike is experienced in mathematical modelling, and the physical sciences affiliated with engineering tasks. He came to the iGEM team in 2009 because of his interests in the wide-range of applications in the field of synthetic biology and systematic engineering. Aside from his studies and QGEM he enjoys playing a variety of sports including hockey, soccer and golf.
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Mike is a second year undergraduate student, with a concentration in engineering chemistry. Mike is experienced in mathematical modelling, and the physical sciences affiliated with engineering tasks. He came to the iGEM team in 2009 because of his interests in the wide-range of applications in the field of synthetic biology and systematic engineering. Aside from his studies and QGEM he enjoys playing a variety of sports including hockey, soccer and golf.<html></div></html>
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==Hao Shi==
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<html><div class="section"><h2>Hao Shi</h2></html>
([mailto:hao.shi@qgemteam.com email])
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"''How'' is ''she'' doin'?" Yup, that's how I will introduce myself if we ever meet. I'm just a guy going into 3rd year Life Sciences aiming to enter medical school like any other life-sci. Aside from that ambition, I have a little engineer inside my brain that craves innovative challenges, which is what brought me to iGEM. To top that off, I need to admit my addiction to badminton... it takes up about 20% of my awake-hours each week. Sherlock Holmes would deduce either I sleep a lot or I play a lot of badminton... or I might be over-exaggerating. Summary: Med school + engineer + badminton = Hao Shi = Awesome!! QED =)
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"''How'' is ''she'' doin'?" Yup, that's how I will introduce myself if we ever meet. I'm just a guy going into 3rd year Life Sciences aiming to enter medical school like any other life-sci. Aside from that ambition, I have a little engineer inside my brain that craves innovative challenges, which is what brought me to iGEM. To top that off, I need to admit my addiction to badminton... it takes up about 20% of my awake-hours each week. Sherlock Holmes would deduce either I sleep a lot or I play a lot of badminton... or I might be over-exaggerating. Summary: Med school + engineer + badminton = Hao Shi = Awesome!! QED =)<html></div></html>
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==Mary Tao==
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([mailto:mary.tao@qgemteam.com email])<html></div></html>
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==Nelson Yao==
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<html><div class="section"><h2>Nelson Yao</h2></html>
([mailto:nelson.yao@qgemteam.com email])
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Nelson is going into third-year biochemistry. Therefore he contributes knowledge in both molecular biology and chemistry to the team. Nelson joined QGEM 2010 as a volunteer because of his interest in exploring the cool and interesting aspects of synthetic biology and his desire to gain experience in the lab. Also, Nelson has a interest for all kinds of sports including badminton, pingpong, soccer etc, and he is basketball lunatic.
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Nelson is going into third-year biochemistry. Therefore he contributes knowledge in both molecular biology and chemistry to the team. Nelson joined QGEM 2010 as a volunteer because of his interest in exploring the cool and interesting aspects of synthetic biology and his desire to gain experience in the lab. Also, Nelson has a interest for all kinds of sports including badminton, pingpong, soccer etc, and he is a basketball lunatic.<html></div></html>
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==Yuli Zhang==
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Hi. I am a third year life sciences student. I am really interested in molecular genetics and participating in the iGEM competition as a QGEM member has given me the chance to learn more about synthetic biology. The QGEM team worked on engineering C. elegans this past summer. The project was very challenging (if you don’t believe me, try going through all of our gel images) and yet very rewarding (we got a transgenic worm)! The team worked mostly in Dr. Chin-Sang’s lab. When we are running gels we didn’t want to mistakenly take one of the lab’s gel, so we wrote, “You can run, but you can’t hide. iGEM” on tissue paper and laid it under our gel box. What it meant was the DNA can run through the gel by applying an electric field but afterwards, we can image the gel and find the DNA band.
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([mailto:yuli.zhang@qgemteam.com email])
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Hi. I am a third year life sciences student. I am really interested in molecular genetics and participating in the iGEM competition as a QGEM member has given me the chance to learn more about synthetic biology. The QGEM team worked on engineering C. elegans this past summer. The project was very challenging (if you don’t believe me, try going through all of our gel images) and yet very rewarding (we got a transgenic worm)! The team worked mostly in Dr. Chin-Sang’s lab. When we are running gels we didn’t want to mistakenly take one of the lab’s gel, so we wrote, “You can run, but you can’t hide. iGEM” on tissue paper and laid it under our gel box. What it meant was the DNA can run through the gel by applying an electric field but afterwards, we can image the gel and find the DNA band.<html></div></html>
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==[http://www.chin-sang.ca Ian Chin-Sang]==
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Research: Molecular Genetics of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caenorhabditis_elegans ''C. elegans''] Development
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[http://130.15.90.245/movies/iGEM%20worms.mov ''C. elegans'' Loves iGEM Movie]
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==[http://qcri.queensu.ca/Greer.html Peter Greer]==
==[http://qcri.queensu.ca/Greer.html Peter Greer]==

Revision as of 19:07, 24 October 2010

Students

Everyone who showed up on May 17th. From left: Nelson Yao, Yuli Zhang, Chris Palmer, Steve Goldie, Geoff Halliday, Thai Phi, Hao Shi, Kevin Hong.

Louis Briggs

(email)

Steve Goldie

(email) Steve is a Life Sciences major with an interest in Cancer Biology and Genetics. He hopes to eventually go to medical school. He became interested in the QGEM team after being promised copious amounts of lab work. So far the research and planning portion of the project has been his favourite part.

Geoff Halliday

(email) Geoff is on the fence between biomedical computing and biochemistry. He comes from a computing background, but is very interested in the biological sciences, and synthetic biology in particular. He also thinks he finally got the layout looking okay.

Kevin Hong

(email)

Chris Palmer

(email)

Chris is a third year Engineering Chemistry student with a strong interest in synthetic biology. In addition to his involvement with the iGEM Team, he is also working with Drs. Ian Chin-Sang and Ken Ko towards bringing a synthetic biology course into existence at Queen's University.

Thai Phi

(email) Thai is a third year biochemical engineering student. He joined the Queen's iGEM team in 2010 due to his interest in the emerging field of synthetic biology.

Basia Rozinowicz

(email)

Mike Schmidt

(email) Mike is a second year undergraduate student, with a concentration in engineering chemistry. Mike is experienced in mathematical modelling, and the physical sciences affiliated with engineering tasks. He came to the iGEM team in 2009 because of his interests in the wide-range of applications in the field of synthetic biology and systematic engineering. Aside from his studies and QGEM he enjoys playing a variety of sports including hockey, soccer and golf.

Hao Shi

(email) "How is she doin'?" Yup, that's how I will introduce myself if we ever meet. I'm just a guy going into 3rd year Life Sciences aiming to enter medical school like any other life-sci. Aside from that ambition, I have a little engineer inside my brain that craves innovative challenges, which is what brought me to iGEM. To top that off, I need to admit my addiction to badminton... it takes up about 20% of my awake-hours each week. Sherlock Holmes would deduce either I sleep a lot or I play a lot of badminton... or I might be over-exaggerating. Summary: Med school + engineer + badminton = Hao Shi = Awesome!! QED =)

Mary Tao

(email)

Nelson Yao

(email) Nelson is going into third-year biochemistry. Therefore he contributes knowledge in both molecular biology and chemistry to the team. Nelson joined QGEM 2010 as a volunteer because of his interest in exploring the cool and interesting aspects of synthetic biology and his desire to gain experience in the lab. Also, Nelson has a interest for all kinds of sports including badminton, pingpong, soccer etc, and he is a basketball lunatic.

Yuli Zhang

(email) Hi. I am a third year life sciences student. I am really interested in molecular genetics and participating in the iGEM competition as a QGEM member has given me the chance to learn more about synthetic biology. The QGEM team worked on engineering C. elegans this past summer. The project was very challenging (if you don’t believe me, try going through all of our gel images) and yet very rewarding (we got a transgenic worm)! The team worked mostly in Dr. Chin-Sang’s lab. When we are running gels we didn’t want to mistakenly take one of the lab’s gel, so we wrote, “You can run, but you can’t hide. iGEM” on tissue paper and laid it under our gel box. What it meant was the DNA can run through the gel by applying an electric field but afterwards, we can image the gel and find the DNA band.

Advisors

[http://www.chin-sang.ca Ian Chin-Sang]

(email)

Faculty: Arts & Science

Department: Biology

Position: Associate Professor and CCS/NCIC Research Scientist

Research: Molecular Genetics of C. elegans Development

C. elegans Loves iGEM Movie

Peter Greer

(email)

Faculty: Health Sciences

Department: Biochemistry

Position: Professor of Biochemistry and Pathology & Molecular Medicine

Research: Cancer Signal Transduction

Kenton Ko

(email)

Faculty: Arts & Science

Department: Biology

Position: Professor

Research: Protein trafficking and functional proteomics

Nancy Martin

(email)

Faculty: Health Sciences

Department: Microbiology and Immunology

Position: Associate Professor

Research: Sensing and Adaptation to Environmental Changes in Salmonella typhimurium

Paul Young

(email)

Faculty: Arts & Science

Department: Biology

Position: Professor

Research: Cell cycle genetics and molecular biology