User:Aschechtel

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''Biology (M.Sc. student)''
''Biology (M.Sc. student)''
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I already completed my undergrad degree in biology at the RWTH Aachen University. I wrote my bachelor thesis on 'Mechanism of inflammatory regulation by GLP-1' at RWTH Aachen Teaching Hospital. Additionally, I worked as student assistant supervising a practical course for biology bachelor students at RWTH Aachen University.
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I already completed my undergrad degree in biology at RWTH Aachen University. I wrote my bachelor thesis on 'Mechanism of inflammatory regulation by GLP-1' at RWTH Aachen Teaching Hospital. Additionally, I worked as student assistant supervising a practical course for biology bachelor students at RWTH Aachen University.
I'm happy to work in a team with students from different study paths. I hope that I can learn from and with them, so that together we can create something special for the iGEM competition. In my free time, I like to dance ballet and standard, read books and meet friends for a cup of tea.
I'm happy to work in a team with students from different study paths. I hope that I can learn from and with them, so that together we can create something special for the iGEM competition. In my free time, I like to dance ballet and standard, read books and meet friends for a cup of tea.
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For the iGEM project I was part of the lab team. The most time I worked on the [http://2014.igem.org/Team:Aachen/Notebook/Protocols/detection sensor chips]. Therefor I worked together with the 'computer guys' and learned a lot of technical stuff. In addition, I did much measurement and learned different lab methods like cloning, PCR or sequencing analysis.
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For the iGEM project I have been part of the lab team. Most of the time I worked on the [http://2014.igem.org/Team:Aachen/Notebook/Protocols/detection sensor chips]. Therefor I worked together with the 'computer guys' and learned a lot of ''technical stuff''. In addition, I performed many measurements and practiced different lab methods like cloning, PCR and sequencing analysis.
In the end the most important is, that we had a lot of fun together and made a cool project.
In the end the most important is, that we had a lot of fun together and made a cool project.
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Anna Schechtel - Chip Queen

Biology (M.Sc. student)

I already completed my undergrad degree in biology at RWTH Aachen University. I wrote my bachelor thesis on 'Mechanism of inflammatory regulation by GLP-1' at RWTH Aachen Teaching Hospital. Additionally, I worked as student assistant supervising a practical course for biology bachelor students at RWTH Aachen University. I'm happy to work in a team with students from different study paths. I hope that I can learn from and with them, so that together we can create something special for the iGEM competition. In my free time, I like to dance ballet and standard, read books and meet friends for a cup of tea.

For the iGEM project I have been part of the lab team. Most of the time I worked on the sensor chips. Therefor I worked together with the 'computer guys' and learned a lot of technical stuff. In addition, I performed many measurements and practiced different lab methods like cloning, PCR and sequencing analysis. In the end the most important is, that we had a lot of fun together and made a cool project.