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David Clarke

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Contact Information
Email: dmcclarke4@gmail.com

North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, North Carolina 27411
Senior Undergraduate Student
Major: Biology



Academic Honors and Awards

  • MARC scholar

  • ‍Presentations and Publications

    • David Clarke1, *,†, Tiffany Kennedy1,*, Robert H. Newman1. Development of an invitro assay platform for the characterization of genetically-encodable fluorescent biosensors of kinase activity. 71st Joint Annual Meeting of the NIS and BKX conference. Houston, TX. Oral presentation.
    • David Clarke1, *Tiffany Kennedy1,*, Robert H. Newman1. Development of an in vitro assay platform for the characterization of genetically-encodable fluorescent biosensors of kinase activity. North Carolina Academy of Science meeting. Raleigh, NC. February 2014. Oral presentation.
    • David Clarke1, Hui Yan2, Dr. Kola Ajuwon2 Department of Biology North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Greensboro, NC 274111, Department of Animal Sciences Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 479072. Effects of Chronic Heat Stress on Differentiation in Mouse C2C12 Myoblasts. NC-LSAMP. Poster presentation
    • David Clarke, Hui Yan, Dr. Kola Ajuwon (2014). Effects of Chronic Heat Stress on Differentiation in Mouse C2C12 Myoblasts. ABRCMS research conference. San Antonio, TX. Poster presentation
    • David Clarke, Hui Yan, Dr. Kola Ajuwon (2014). Effects of Chronic Heat Stress on Differentiation in Mouse C2C12 Myoblasts. Purdue University research symposium. West Lafayette, IN. Abstract/poster presentation.
    • David Clarke, Hui Yan, Dr. Kola Ajuwon (2015). Effects of Chronic Heat Stress on Differentiation in Mouse C2C12 Myoblasts. North Carolina A&T State University Undergraduate Research symposium.



‍Research Interest


My current research interests include:
  • Molecular Biology- Signal transduction pathways, Kinase activity reporters.
  • Molecular medicines


‍Research Advisors

- Dr. Robert Newman: Assistant Professor of Biology at NCAT
- Dr. Kola Ajuwon: Assistant Professor of Animal science at Purdue University


‍Current Developments


  • Working towards specifying Kinase activity for AKar3 and CanR1 biosensors.
  • Developing Kinase activity reporter for Brutons Tyrosine Kinase (BTK).


Past Summer experiences
  • Summer 2012- intern for USFWS (Blackwater NWR)
  • Summer 2013- I-blend research group summer lab experience
  • Summer 2014- Purdue University SROP Program