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Paul Jaschke

  • PhD
  • Lecturer (Assistant Professor)
  • Macquarie University
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Recent publications

  • Measurements of translation initiation from all 64 codons in E. coli

    • Hecht A
    • Glasgow J
    • Jaschke P
    • et al.
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  • Wet lab accelerator: A web-based application democratizing laboratory automation for synthetic biology

    • Bates M
    • Berliner A
    • Lachoff J
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Professional experience

Lecturer (Assistant Professor)

Macquarie University

October 2015 - Present

Post-doctoral Researcher

Department of Bioengineering, Stanford University

November 2010 - June 2015(5 years)

Research Technician

Department of Chemistry, University of Queensland

May 2004 - July 2004(2 months)



University of British Columbia, Department of Microbiology and Immunology

September 2004 - August 2010(6 years)


University of Alberta, Department of Biochemistry

September 1999 - June 2003(4 years)


I am now a Lecturer (equivalent of Assistant Professor) of Synthetic Biology in the Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. I started off my science career at the University of Alberta (Canada), working in the Casey and Michalak labs. Summer student work in the Casey Lab on the human sodium-bicarbonate co-transporter protein resulted in an authorship in a peer-reviewed publication. My honors project in the Michalak Lab had me determining the role of calcium signaling and calreticulin on murine embryonic stem cell differentiation. After achieving a B.Sc. (Honors) in Biochemistry in 2003 I went to the Beatty Lab at the University of British Columbia to start my Ph.D. While at UBC I discovered that a photosynthetic organism called Rhodobacter sphaeroides was capable of re-routing its chlorophyll biosynthetic machinery around a blockage to generate a new type of chlorophyll. November 2010 I was conferred a Ph.D in Microbiology and Immunology from UBC. I was a post-doc in Drew Endy's lab at Stanford University from Nov 2010 - June 2015. The focus of my project was on redesign phage using both rational and combinatorial methods in order to finish the genetics of a simple system.


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