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  • Stephen R. Lasky Stephen R. Lasky [Send a message]
    Member since: May 15, 2001
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    Windows and C# developent vs open source
    Submitted by Stephen R. Lasky; posted on Monday, December 09, 2002
    Curriculum vitae

    Current address:

    Institute for Systems Biology
    1441 North 34th St.
    Seattle

    United States

    Education:

    PhD Biochem and Molecular Biology
    University of California at Santa Barbara
    1976 - 1982
    Post Doc
    Immunex Corp
    1982 - 1984

    Experience:

    Sr. Scientist, Director of Technology Development, Hoodlab Lab Manager Institute for Systems Biology 2000 - 2002
    Sr. Scientist, Hoodlab Lab Manager. University of Washington, Department of Molecular Biotechnology 1996 - 2000
    Asst. Professor Brown University School of Medicine 1987 - 1995

    Skills:

    Molecular biology and biochem

    Cell Biology

    Robotics and Automation

    Perl, HTML, SQL, shell scripts

    R, Matlab (novice)

    Activities:

    Reading and learning

    Keeping up on the Lit in Molec Endo, Neuroendo, Theoretical Biol., High throughput discovery techniques

    Interests:

    References:

    The next three pubs on the ink-jet arrayer and wave-guide detector will be the best.

    Other:

    I have the best job and the best wife and the best dog and cat. What more can one ask.

     

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