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Robert D. Ogg Electron Microscope Lab
To get directions to our lab, please go to HERE (maps and directions).
Kent McDonald is the director of the EML. He has a degree in Botany from UC Berkeley (1972), and post-doctoral training in cell biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His primary research interest is the ultrastructure of the mitotic spindle apparatus. In recent years he has also bee interested in development and application of cryopreservation techniques for high resolution EM and EM immunocytochemistry.
Reena Zalpuri has Masters & Bachelors degrees in Biophysics from Punjab University Chandigarh(India). She had training in transmission electron microscopy while working on her research project. (Adriamycin treated rat myocardium-light & Transmission electron microscopic study) She teaches the TEM course (MCB 481B).
Guangwei Min has PhD degrees in Structure Biology from Peking University (China). He had postdoc training in studying the three-dimensional (3D) structure of biological macro-molecules at New York University. He is maintaining the website for the EML and teaches the SEM course (MCB 481C).
Nicole Kim is an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley working in the EML as an administrative assistant. She is majoring in MCB. You may contact her for general information and questions about billing.
FORMER EML STAFF
Jennifer Yoo is an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley working in the EML as an administrative assistant in 2009-2011. She is majoring in IB.
Michelle Huang was an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley worked in the EML for billing staff in 2008-2009. She was majoring in MCB.
Caroline Chow was an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley worked in the EML for billing staff. She was majoring in MCB.
Gordon Vrdoljak has a BSc in chemistry and geology from the University of Toronto. He has done a MSc thesis in geology in Toronto on atomic force microscopy of chlorite. His PhD was done at UC Berkeley on the structure of tropical rainforest soils, which heavily utilized electron microscopic techniques. He has strong research interests in soil microbiology. He has a blog of science images at spicnspan.blogspot.com.
Karen Chow was an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley working in the EML. She is majoring in EECS & MSE. She is graduated now.