Doug Selinger
A quick bio...

I received my PhD in genetics in March 2003. My thesis dealt with functional genomics and bioinformatics in
E. coli and was carried out in the Church lab at Harvard Medical School in Boston.  I spent the summer of 2001 in Kyoto, Japan in the NSF-sponsored Monbusho research program.

Rosie received her masters degree in 2003 from the
Boston University School of Public Health.  We met when I volunteered to be a judge at a middle school science fair she organized.

Rosie and I were engaged on March 23rd, 2001 and married on August 18, 2002. We are currently living happily ever after.

I'm originally from
Bloomfield, NJ, where I attended Bloomfield High School, graduating as salutatorian in 1991.  After graduation I attended Rutgers College in New Brunswick, NJ where I studied Molecular Biology and Biochemistry as well as Philosophy and Spanish.  After graduating in '95 I spent a year in Madrid, Spain on a Fulbright Scholarship doing research with Dr. Manuel Espinosa at the CIB.

Languages (fluent in Spanish), Travel, Philosophy, Science, biking,
Tae Kwon Do.

Research Interests:
Genomics and Computational Biology.  I helped teach a
course on this topic in the Fall of '00 and '01.

Foreign countries visited:
Most of Western Europe, Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic, Israel, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Japan, and most recently Mexico.

last updated June 11, 2003
My wife Rosie and I
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