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Chalupny, Jan

Jan grew up in the greater-Seattle area, went to college in southern CA, and traveled and worked for a year before starting graduate school in CT. After receiving her PhD, Jan returned to Seattle and is currently employed by Amgen Corporation at their Seattle branch. She does basic biological research in molecular biology and immunology, studying genes which encode proteins involved in regulating the immune system. On the side, she is involved in numerous science education activities with local high school science teachers and students.

Recordings

DNA / Human Genome/ Ethics/ Biotechnology (#1) – Part 1: DNA / Human Genome / Genes

Presenter: Chalupny, Jan / 2006

DNA / Human Genome/ Ethics/ Biotechnology (#1) – Part 2: Genetic Testing/ Screening

Presenter: Chalupny, Jan / 2006

DNA / Human Genome/ Ethics/ Biotechnology (#1) – Part 3: Genetic Selection

Presenter: Chalupny, Jan / 2006

DNA / Human Genome/ Ethics/ Biotechnology (#1) – Part 4: Stem Cells/ Cloning

Presenter: Chalupny, Jan / 2006

DNA / Human Genome/ Ethics/ Biotechnology (#1) – Part 5: Allocation of Resources

Presenter: Chalupny, Jan / 2006

DNA / Human Genome/ Ethics/ Biotechnology (#2) – Part 1: DNA/ The Human Genome

Presenter: Chalupny, Jan / 2006

DNA / Human Genome/ Ethics/ Biotechnology (#2) – Part 2: Genetic Screening/ Genetic Selection

Presenter: Chalupny, Jan / 2006

DNA / Human Genome/ Ethics/ Biotechnology (#2) – Part 3: Stem Cells/ Cloning

Presenter: Chalupny, Jan / 2006

DNA / Human Genome/ Ethics/ Biotechnology (#2) – Part 4: Allocation of Resources: Personalized Medicine vs. Global Health

Presenter: Chalupny, Jan / 2006

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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