Archive for July, 2011

Removing a codon from E. coli

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

A new paper from the Church lab appears in July 15th’s issue of Science Magazine. I worked on aspects of this project during my initial rotation in the lab. In particular, I used conjugative assembly to combine together subunits of the modified genome (the CAGE method). I also led the genome re-sequencing effort. We sequenced […]

Daniel Bryan Goodman is currently an NSF Graduate Research Fellow at the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST). His current research involves technology development for synthetic and systems biology. He is synthesizing thousands of genes, globally modifying genomes, and interrogating the function of genetic elements in humans and model organisms for both clinical and basic research.