Graduate Students

Klas Magnusson
Position: Computer Sciences Graduate Student Stanford / Sweden
Email: klasma(AT)stanford(DOT)edu

Development of the Baxter algorithm for stem cell lineage tracking by time lapse microscopy



Glenn Markov
Position: Graduate Student Genetics Program
Email: markov1(AT)stanford(DOT)edu
How DNA methylation affects cell fate plasticity and its role as a barrier to cellular reprogramming. How DNA demethylation can help to achieve complete and efficient reprogramming.

John Ramunas
Position: Graduate Student Neuroscience Program
Email: ramunas(AT)stanford(DOT)edu
Role of telomerase in aging and disease. Drug delivery vehicles for extending telomere length in cells and tissues.

Nora Yucel
Position: Graduate Student Genetics Program
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Email: ndyucel(AT)stanford(DOT)edu

Metabolic regulation of muscle stem cell self-renewal and transcriptional profiling ofmuscle stem cell hetereogeneity



Xing (Margaret) Fu
Position:Graduate Student Computer Sciences co-advised by Dr. Blau and Dr. Wong
Email: xingfu(AT)stanford(DOT)edu

Bioinformatics analysis of nuclear reprogramming and stem cell fate



Undergraduate Students

Kevin Aliado

Position: Undergraduate Student, Bioengineering Program
Stanford Bio-X Undergraduate Summer Resesarch Award (2013)
Email: kaliado9(AT)stanford(DOT)edu

Analyzing the effects of "soft" laminin hydrogel culture systems and treatments of candidate muscle niche soluble factors on promoting muscle stem cell fate


Steven Lee

Position: Undergraduate Student, Bioengineering Program
Stanford Bio-X Undergraduate Summer Resesarch Award (2011)
Stanford Undergraduate Major Grant

Email: slee2010(AT)stanford(DOT)edu

Computational analysis of muscle stem cell fates in hydrogel microwell systems from time-lapse imaging data