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Splash Biography



JACQUELINE DRAGON, ESP Teacher




Major: Chemistry

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2019

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Past Classes

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S592: Immune Systems: Defenders in Splash Spring 2019 (Apr. 27, 2019)
Ever wondered why you have to get a new flu vaccine every year? Or why immune reactions protect you from infection in some cases, but cause pathology in others? Want to understand some of the hottest trends in cancer biology? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you should seriously consider joining our immune systems class. During this class, we will cover the basics of the innate and adaptive immune responses. We will also briefly touch upon related topics such as immunotherapeutics and vaccines.


S459: Protein Folding in Splash Spring 2017 (Apr. 29, 2017)
How do proteins fold? Why does it matter? In one hour, we’ll discuss the four levels of protein folding and some of the diseases---like Alzheimer’s, BSE (Mad Cow diseases), and cystic fibrosis---that result when protein folding goes wrong. We’ll end with how you can get involved in determining how proteins fold from the comfort of your own home.


S460: Protein Folding in Splash Spring 2017 (Apr. 29, 2017)
How do proteins fold? Why does it matter? In one hour, we’ll discuss the four levels of protein folding and some of the diseases---like Alzheimer’s, BSE (Mad Cow diseases), and cystic fibrosis---that result when protein folding goes wrong. We’ll end with how you can get involved in determining how proteins fold from the comfort of your own home.