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Bennett Waxse

Bennett Waxse

Clinical Fellow

National Institutes of Health


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My New Course

Introduction to Python

My New Project

Investigating Netflix Movies and Guest Stars in The Office

My New Track

Python Fundamentals

Cognitive explorer, unraveling the mysteries of human-like AI.

My Work

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Introduction to SQL


Introduction to Python


Intermediate Python

DataCamp Course Completion

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My Work Experience

Where I've interned and worked during my career.

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) | Jul 2021 - Present

Clinical Fellow in Infectious Diseases


University of Chicago Medicine | Jun 2017 - Jun 2021

Resident Physician


National Institutes of Health | Jan 2013 - Jun 2015

NIH Oxford Cambridge Scholars Program

Second half of my PhD research on gap junction regulation. At the NIH, I employed advanced microscopy techniques to probe the role of the ESCRT machinery and the cytoskeleton in gap junction internalization.
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University of Cambridge | Oct 2010 - Jan 2013

NIH Oxford Cambridge Scholars Program

First half of my PhD research on gap junction regulation. At the CIMR, I employed biochemical techniques and fixed-cell/-tissue imaging to student the role of Myosin VI in gap junction formation and internalization.

My Education

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Doctor of Medicine, MedicineThe University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas | 2017
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Clinical Biochemistry, ImagingUniversity of Cambridge | 2015
Bachelors of Arts, Chemistry, BiologyTexas Christian University | 2008

About Me

Bennett Waxse

Infectious Diseases Fellow looking to study genetic susceptibility to infections and immunity.

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