Pascoe J Harvey

Pascoe J Harvey

 
Background

Pascoe Harvey studied at University of East Anglia(UEA), perusing a range of projects starting with rectal morphology of Curculionoidea (weevils) at the Natural History Museum. He represented UEA in the international Genetically Engineered Machine competition (iGEM) during which project the team developed tools for quantitative logic and produced a nitric oxide sensor that was operational in both mammalian cells and a number of prokaryotic organisms and received a gold medal for their work. Pascoe also explored the role of extracellular DNA in the formation of campylobacter Biofilms at the Institute of Food Research (IFR). Following on from this he conducted two computational biology research projects at the University of Hertfordshire, the first being predicting the structure of the LepR3 resistance protein, the second being the  identification of the RLM4 resistance gene combined with making predictions for docking models.
 
Research

Pascoe Harvey is working on designing rapidly equilibrating logic gates based on designing RNA interactions. 
 
Contact

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