I am currently a post-doctoral fellow in the Division of Immunology and Rheumatology
as a joint member of the laboratories of PJ Utz and
Or Gozani (Biological Sciences),
at Stanford University. I completed a 1-year postdoctoral fellowship in the laboratory of
(description), initially while located at the
FAS Center for Systems Biology at
Harvard, and now part of the Department of
Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at UMass Medical School.
I graduated (June 2006) from the BBS PhD
program in the Department of Cell Biology, as
a joint member of the laboratories of Marc Kirschner (now in Systems Biology) and
Schreiber (Broad Institute and the
Department of Chemistry
and Chemical Biology), a former rotation student in the lab of
Marc Vidal at the Dana Farber Cancer
Institute, and a former rotation student in the lab of Mark
Fishman (who has since left and joined Novartis as the Novartis Institute's inaugural
president). One of his lab
members, Randy Peterson, now has his own
lab at the
Cardiovascular Research Center at the Charlestown location of Massachusetts General Hospital.
Past Stanford Work
I am a Stanford
alumnus ('01, Biological Sciences) and a
Lab member (Biochemistry
Department) and initially joined the lab in the summer of 1998 with the development of the cy dye repurification protocol.
I formerly worked on a T cell
stimulation experiment with three other people (Ash Alizadeh, Max Diehn, and Oliver Rando),
while I was at Stanford. I had also worked on several side projects
involving data processing software (visit my
Stanford Genome Website), and in tissue microarray informatics; much of this work is
available at the Stanford TMA
Please note that my Stanford Genome website still exists and can be accessed at the appropriate link at the left menu on this page.