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-AKA [[User:Alexanderwait| AWZ]] also [[OpenWetWare:User:Await | here]] and [[Wikipedia:User:AlexanderWait | here]]+[[Image:Alexanderwait.png|right]]
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 +==Alexander Wait Zaranek==
 +''a.k.a Sasha - await @ genetics.med.harvard.edu'' also [[User:Alexanderwait| here]], [[OpenWetWare:User:Await | here]] and [[Wikipedia:User:AlexanderWait | here]].''
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 +I am currently completing an exclusive, friendly, and flexible [http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~biophys/ graduate program]; I feel lucky to be a member of the [http://arep.med.harvard.edu Church lab]. Sometimes I take [[Microbiology 209| classes]], do real-life [[coli counter| molecular biology]] and teach ([[iGEM 2005 |iGEM]], [[Biophysics 101 |101]]). My professional interests include: personalized medicine, exascale computing, and free knowledge business models. When I can, I still enjoy tinkering with [[Coreworld_TAC|quantum lifeforms]] and [[synthetic biology]].
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 +In a past-life I was a contractor for a telecom equipment supplier. My team's software translated electronics design data into instructions for a medium volume, high-mix electronics factory. I am a contributor to the [http://webstds.ipc.org IPC-2511 (GenCAM)] standard. That experience was the highlight of an otherwise harrowing six years.
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Alexander Wait Zaranek

a.k.a Sasha - await @ genetics.med.harvard.edu also here, here and here.

I am currently completing an exclusive, friendly, and flexible graduate program; I feel lucky to be a member of the Church lab. Sometimes I take classes, do real-life molecular biology and teach (iGEM, 101). My professional interests include: personalized medicine, exascale computing, and free knowledge business models. When I can, I still enjoy tinkering with quantum lifeforms and synthetic biology.

In a past-life I was a contractor for a telecom equipment supplier. My team's software translated electronics design data into instructions for a medium volume, high-mix electronics factory. I am a contributor to the IPC-2511 (GenCAM) standard. That experience was the highlight of an otherwise harrowing six years.