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In the course of the development of our idea, we consulted synthetic biologists, neuroscientists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists and geneticists and took on board their feedback in order to develop our idea and add the detail to our genetic circuit.
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We should also like thank Ludmilla Rubin for training us in mammalian lab work, Brian - for being patient with us in the labs and all the ex-iGEMers, Bethan Wolfenden, Aurelija Grigonyte and Bouran Sohrabi for their advice.
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We also thank all the other UK iGEM teams for making the Young Synthetic Biologists (YSB) event we helped host such an enjoyable experience.
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Dr. Darren Nesbeth

Lecturer in Synthetic and Molecular Biology. Supervisor.

Philipp Boeing

Msc Computer Science. Human Practice Supervisor. I have been leading iGEM teams at UCL since 2011, including last year’s Plastic Republic team. This year, I principally supervise team Spotless Mind on Human Practice, as well as general iGEM best practice. Apart from iGEM, I spend my time on SynBioSoc and DIYbio. Diversity!

Yanika Borg

PhD Student. Bacterial Lab Supervisor. When I’m not working on my PhD in Synthetic Biology, I am supervising Spotless Mind’s bacterial team. My role is to oversee all experiments carried out on E. coli, to demonstrate molecular cloning techniques to the team, and to calm Andy down on a daily basis. This is my second year supervising iGEM at UCL, and I love the whole experience.

Alex Kinna

PhD Student. Mammalian Lab Supervisor. I am a 2nd year PhD student studying biochemical and protein engineering. My role is to advise and support mammalian cell culture, testing of circuits in mammalian cells and production of target proteins.

Consultations

In the course of the development of our idea, we consulted synthetic biologists, neuroscientists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists and geneticists and took on board their feedback in order to develop our idea and add the detail to our genetic circuit.

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Other Acknowledgments

We should also like thank Ludmilla Rubin for training us in mammalian lab work, Brian - for being patient with us in the labs and all the ex-iGEMers, Bethan Wolfenden, Aurelija Grigonyte and Bouran Sohrabi for their advice.

We also thank all the other UK iGEM teams for making the Young Synthetic Biologists (YSB) event we helped host such an enjoyable experience.