Graduate Students

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Bjorn-Erik Wulff 

wulff@stanford.edu

I am creating a way to solve high-resolution protein structures within the living cell. I do this by first chemically cross-linking adjacent protein residues inside the cell and then detecting the cross-links by mass spectrometry. This gives residue-residue distance constraints from which the structure can be solved computationally.

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Jenna Caldwell 

jgcwell@stanford.edu

Conformational change is integral to the function of many proteins, but it is difficult to observe using current methods, particularly in complex, physiologically relevant environments. I am developing a solvent exposure-based method that will allow us to observe these conformational changes.

Ukrae Cho

Graduate Student, Chen Lab

ucho@stanford.edu

 
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Dan Riordan

driordan@gmail.com

My research focuses on the discovery and characterization of human cell types and tissue features using multiplexed gene expression profiling. To this end, I am developing new technologies for spatial transcriptome mapping with single-cell resolution. I am also engineering novel luminescent probes for enhanced detection of specific biomolecules.

Monica Nagendran

nmonica@stanford.edu

 

Research Associates

 

Xuesong Shi

Research Associate, Herschlag Lab

xuesongs@stanford.edu

 

Rotating Students

Summer Interns

Dan Ma

2016 Intern