My name is Jason Lohmueller. I am a senior Biomedical Engineering concentrator. Currently I am working in two labs. Here at Brown I am working in Jeffrey Morgan's lab doing a senior honors thesis investigating the role of cell motility on cell aggregate self-assembly. I am also doing population genetics research, specifically identifying positive selection in the human lineage, with Pardis Sabeti at the Broad Institute in Cambridge. My current work there is on the co-evolution of the two closely related immune response genes IKKalpha and IKKbeta in European populations. I am planning to study synthetic biology in graduate school. My non-science interests include playing piano and guitar, german, coffee, running, and getting huge in the gym.