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Introduction – Anna Vick

Hi,  I am Julianna Vick, but please call me Anna.  I’m a first-year graduation student in the BCMB department at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville.  I received my Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Delaware.  I am interested in completing lab rotations in plant biology labs, for example, Binder Lab and Bruce Lab.

My Google Reader “Science!” feeds can be found here: Science!
My Diigo account profile can be found here: Diigo
My Mendeley account profile can be found here: Mendeley

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Thomas Lane (Introduction)

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My name is Thomas Lane.  I have a degree in Genetics from Clemson University.  At Clemson I did research with weedy genomics (in herbicide resistance in Amaranthus).  I’m a SCALE-IT trainee in the GST program at University of Tennessee focusing in Bioinformatics.  My specific research interests are in comparative -omics and sequencing technologies.

I built my collaborative online information tracking system research area around the lab rotation I will be doing this fall and my general research interests.  I will be working on uORFs in plants (basic conservation study).

diigo

http://www.diigo.com/user/thomaslane

Mendeley

http://www.mendeley.com/profiles/thomas-lane2/

Google Reader

http://www.google.com/reader/shared/user%2F14977555040074451385%2Flabel%2FPublic?hl=en

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Thomas Payne brief bio

Thomas Payne says “Greetings!” Currently I’m attending U. of TN BCMB doctoral program. At Central Michigan University I received a BS in Biochemistry and a MS in Chemistry with a concentration in Organic synthesis. My research involved the synthesis of  aromatic N-nitrosos compounds, their rates of release, and their effect on smooth muscle cell proliferation. Current research topics are undecided.

My Diigo profile.

My Medeley Library.

MY G. Reader.

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Ann Wells

My name is Ann Wells.  I am a second year graduate student in Nutrition. I am studying the immune response during tumor metastasis in an obese model.  I am using mathematical modeling as well as biological techniques to investigate this topic.

Here are some links to collaborative websites:

Mendeley Peer 2011 group

Diigo Peer 2011 group

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Stefan Nwandu-Vincent Introduction

B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Tennessee, beginning a PhD program in Biomechanics/BioRobotics. My research might focus on the motility of certain bacteria and how to mimic them in robot design for better drug delivery in the body.

http://www.mendeley.com/library/

http://www.diigo.com/user/snwanduv

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Joanna Intro

My name is Joanna Cooper and I am a first year student in the BCMB program at UTK.  I have a BS in Biology from The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.  My previous research experiences have been in neurodegenerative and lysosomal storage disorders, particularly focusing on modulation of the lysosomal system as a potential therapy.  I have a strong interest in neurobiology, but am undecided on my research directions for grad school.  These resources are centered around my previous research.

Mendeley Peer 2011 Group

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Sam Intro

This is my placeholder for my introduction

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