94-34 77st

Ozone Park, NY 11416

347-728-7617 rramjit@duke.poly.edu

Ravi Ramjit

Objective

To obtain a position in the engineering field with the opportunity to apply my interdisciplinary skills in both Chemical and Biological Engineering.

 

Experience

2001-Current                  Polytechnic University                    Brooklyn, NY

Research Fellow

§     Set-up magnetic tweezers apparatus to study single-molecules.

§     Conducted single-molecule transcription experiments.

§     Managed Genetic Engineering/Molecular Biology Lab

§     Instructed General Biology, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology Lab courses

 

 

2001-2001                     National Institutes of Health           Bethesda, MD

National Cancer Institute Trainee Fellow

§     Conducted single-molecule experiments to study chromatin fiber assembly.

§     Trained with post-docs in all areas of molecular biology/biochemistry.

 

Education

1997–Current                 Polytechnic University                    Brooklyn, NY

§     Awarded B.S., Chemistry/Bio-Medical Science.  GPA 3.3 / 4.0

§     Awarded M.S., Bio-medical Engineering.  GPA 3.4 / 4.0

§     In-progress PhD, Chemical Engineering.  GPA 3.5 / 4.0

 

 

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Interests                         

Biochemistry + Lab

Tissue Engineering

Bioinformatics

Materials in Medicine

BioOptics

Developmental Biology

BioInstrumentation

Physical Chemistry

Bio-Analytical Chemistry

Advanced Math for Chem. Eng.

Animal Physiology

Microbiology

Genetics

Thermodynamics

Organic Chemistry + Lab

C++ Programming

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Assembly of single chromatin fibers depends on the tension in the DNA molecule: Magnetic tweezers study,” Leuba, et al, Proceedings National Academy of Science, 2003.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Financial markets, traveling, biotechnology, bio-physics, driving.

 
 

 

 


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