University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-5080
Developing novel integrated technologies that enable simultaneous genome-wide measurements of the epigenome and transcriptome from the same cell to gain insights into early mammalian development, maintenance and regeneration of adult tissues and mechanisms contributing to tumor progression. Employing tools from single-cell genomics to unravel the evolutionary relationship between cells, also known as developmental lineage trees, that are currently not well known in complex multicellular organisms. Reconstructing these lineage trees will offer significant new insights into cellular differentiation with important applications in regenerative medicine.
Center for BioEngineering
PhD Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
BS Chemical Engineering, Institute of Chemical Technology