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Our lab aims to answer fundamental questions in immunology and cancer research using cutting-edge high-throughput genome technologies. Importantly, we believe in team science and collaboration as the cornerstone of scientific discovery! All members of the lab are encouraged to collaborate early and often, both within the lab, and with labs in and out of Stanford. 

Team Members

Tsion Abay

Research Associate II

B.S. Biochemistry, Rowan University

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Tsion Abay

Research Associate II

B.S. Biochemistry, Rowan University

Tsion is a research associate II at the Gladstone Institute and she received her bachelors degree in Biochemistry from Rowan University. Prior to joining the Satpathy lab, she worked at Twist Bioscience developing processes for the gene assembly pipeline. During undergrad, she worked on understanding the entry mechanisms of HSV-1 to identify novel therapeutic agents. She looks forward to working on developing genomic tools to characterize rare cell types.

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Char Armitage

Administrative Assistant

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Char Armitage

Administrative Assistant

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Julia Belk

PhD Student, Computer Science

B.S. Electrical Engineering, MIT

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Julia Belk

PhD Student, Computer Science

B.S. Electrical Engineering, MIT

Julia is a PhD student in the Computer Science department. She received a S.B. degree from MIT in 2017 and has previously worked at SpaceX and Sisu Data. Her research uses functional and single-cell genomics to study the immune system.

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Mollie Black

ChEM-H/IMA Postbac Researcher

B.S. Animal Science (Bioscience), University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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Mollie Black

ChEM-H/IMA Postbac Researcher

B.S. Animal Science (Bioscience), University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Mollie is a postbac research intern as part of the new ChEM-H/IMA program. She received her Bachelor’s in Animal Science (Bioscience concentration) from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2020. During her time at UT, Mollie worked in the lab of Dr. Oudessa Kerro Dego. The project focused on a dairy cow mastitis vaccine. She also worked with the university’s IACUC. Before joining the Satpathy Lab, Mollie worked as a project coordinator in clinical research. She is excited to study and explore the interactions between the immune system and infectious disease.

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Frank Buquicchio

PhD Student, Immunology

B.S. Biology, Northeastern University

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Frank Buquicchio

PhD Student, Immunology

B.S. Biology, Northeastern University

Frank is a graduate student in the Immunology program at Stanford. Frank received a B.S. in Biology from Northeastern University in 2016. During his undergraduate, he did research on SLNCR1, a novel long non-coding RNA involved in melanoma metastasis, at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and worked at Editas Medicine developing CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing in primary T cells. Before enrolling at Stanford, Frank continued to work at Editas developing a targeted integration approach to gene editing in primary T cells for the treatment of X-linked Hyper IgM syndrome.

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Christie Chang

PhD Student, Immunology

B.A. Computer Science and Genetics, Rutgers University

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Christie Chang

PhD Student, Immunology

B.A. Computer Science and Genetics, Rutgers University

Christie is a PhD student in the Immunology program at Stanford. She received her bachelor’s in Computer Science and Genetics from Rutgers University in 2017. During this time, she worked in the lab of Dr. Lei Yu, studying the molecular pathway for neuropathic pain therapeutic targets. After graduation, she joined Dr. Miriam Merad’s lab at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, where she optimized multi-dimensional assays for use in immunotherapy clinical trials. Christie is interested in implementing cutting-edge technologies to better understand immunological changes in disease.

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Andy Chen

PhD Student, Bioengineering

B.S. Physics, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; M.D., National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

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Andy Chen

PhD Student, Bioengineering

B.S. Physics, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; M.D., National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Andy is a first year PhD student in the Bioengineering department at Stanford. He received a BS in Physics and an MD from National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan, where he studied nanoparticle-based platforms for the diagnostics and therapeutics. Last quarter, Andy worked on computational modeling of cancer early detection and evolution under Dr. Johannes Reiter at Stanford’s Radiology Dept. Andy is interested in deciphering and engineering immune responses for clinical translation with computational analysis and genome editing tools. 

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Bence Daniel

Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. Immunology and Genomics, University of Debrecen

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Bence Daniel

Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. Immunology and Genomics, University of Debrecen

Bence is a joint postdoctoral researcher in the Satpathy and Chang laboratories. He received his PhD in immunology and genomics from the University of Debrecen (Debrecen, Hungary), where he studied macrophage responses to nuclear receptor ligands using genome-wide approaches. As a postdoctoral fellow, he joined Dr. Laszlo Nagy`s research group at Sanford Burnham (Orlando, USA), where he examined the epigenetic mechanisms of macrophage polarization. In addition, for a year he joined John Hopkins University, where he was doing research on the 3D genome architectural features of macrophages. Bence’s main interests are: How do immune cells respond to changes in their microenvironment? What are the mechanistic details of cellular memory formation in immune cells? What defines immune cell responsiveness to stimulation? His main motivation is to identify the key regulatory circuitries of transcription factors that define immune cell responses at the single cell level.

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Markus Diehl

PhD Student, Immunology

B.S. Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago

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Markus Diehl

PhD Student, Immunology

B.S. Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago

Markus is a first year PhD student in the Immunology program at Stanford. He received his bachelor’s in Molecular Engineering from the University of Chicago in 2019. During his time in Chicago, he worked in Dr. Hans Schreiber’s lab, where he developed microscopy and image analysis tools to study interactions between T cells, antigen-presenting cells, and cancer cells. Markus is interested in applying computational techniques to study the immune system and its interface with disease.

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Peter Du

PhD Student, Cancer Biology

B.A. Molecular Biology, Princeton

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Peter Du

PhD Student, Cancer Biology

B.A. Molecular Biology, Princeton

Peter is PhD student in the Cancer Biology program. He received his bachelor’s degree from Princeton in 2017 and worked as a computational biologist at the Broad Institute following graduation. As a jointed advised student in the Satpathy and Bassik labs, Peter is interested in using single cell technologies and functional genomics to dissect cell communication circuits in the tumor microenvironment.

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Jacob Gutierrez

Life Science Research Professional 1 (Computational Biologist)

B.A. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Lewis & Clark College; M.S Bioinformatics and Computational Biomedicine, Oregon Health & Science University

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Jacob Gutierrez

Life Science Research Professional 1 (Computational Biologist)

B.A. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Lewis & Clark College; M.S Bioinformatics and Computational Biomedicine, Oregon Health & Science University

Jacob is a Life Science Research Professional 1 (LSRP1) as a staff computational biologist for the Stapathy lab in the Department of Pathology. He received a B.A. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Lewis & Clark college in 2016 and completed a M.S. in Bioinformatics and Computational Biomedicine from Oregon Health & Science University in 2021. 
During his time at OHSU he did research focusing on congenital heart disease within Turner syndrome, utilizing targeted bisulfite sequencing to investigate DNA methylation differences in patient blood samples. Jacob is interested in single-cell technologies to study complex disorders, including sex chromosome moscaicism, immunological disease, and cancer. Currently he focuses on the analysis and visualization of scATAC datasets across multiple experimental settings.

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Anabella Hernandez

Undergraduate Summer Research Intern

Electrical Engineering Major, Stanford University

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Anabella Hernandez

Undergraduate Summer Research Intern

Electrical Engineering Major, Stanford University

Anabella is an undergraduate summer research intern from the Stanford Class of 2025. She is currently majoring in electrical engineering and is exploring the intersectionality of electrical engineering and oncology. During her high school years, she worked in both a wet-lab and a dry-lab. Anabella interned at the USDA as a physical science technician in 2019 conducting chemical analysis procedures and at the UC Berkeley Zettl Lab in 2020 where she worked with STEM and TEM images of zirconium disulfide nanoribbons. She hopes to apply her EE background to cancer research in the near future and is excited to continue exploring!

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Kamir Hiam-Galvez

CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. Biomedical Sciences, University of California San Francisco

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Kamir Hiam-Galvez

CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. Biomedical Sciences, University of California San Francisco

Kamir received his PhD in Biomedical Sciences from the University of California San Francisco in 2020. His PhD work in the Spitzer lab fused experimental and computational immunology to decipher the dynamic regulation of CD8 T cell priming in cancer and infection. As a CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellow in the Satpathy lab, Kamir aims to develop and apply lineage recording tools combined with multimodal single cell omics to decode the regulatory logic guiding the differentiation of cytotoxic CD4 T cells. 

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Caleb Lareau

Postdoctoral Fellow/Stanford Science Fellow

Ph.D. Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Harvard University

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Caleb Lareau

Postdoctoral Fellow/Stanford Science Fellow

Ph.D. Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Harvard University

Caleb is a joint postdoctoral fellow in the Satpathy and Kundaje Laboratories. He received his PhD from Harvard University in 2020 where his thesis concerned the development of new approaches for enabling single-cell epigenomics and lineage tracing at scale. As part of the inaugural class of Stanford Science Fellows, Caleb’s research will span traditional disciplines in computer science, immunology, and genetics to understand the dynamics of human tissue in homeostasis and disease. 

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Madeline Layeghi

Scientific Director

B.A. Integrative Human Biology, UC Berkeley

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Madeline Layeghi

Scientific Director

B.A. Integrative Human Biology, UC Berkeley

Madeline graduated from UC Berkeley with her B.A. in Integrative Human Biology. She has been working in laboratories since high school across UCSF, UC Berkeley, and UC Davis campuses. She has always had a profound fascination with genome engineering and has been able to work most recently in Alex Marson’s laboratory at Gladstone Institutes working on large scale CRISPR screens. Prior to the Marson Lab Madeline worked at the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub as a Supervisor. 

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Alice Li

Research Associate II

B.A. Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley

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Alice Li

Research Associate II

B.A. Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley

Alice is a research associate based at the Gladstone. She received a B.A. in Molecular and Cell Biology from UC Berkeley in 2020. As an undergrad, Alice worked in Dr. Lisa Barcellos’s lab, and after graduating, she worked at Genentech in the department of Protein Chemistry. In the Satpathy lab, Alice is interested in studying the mechanisms behind AAV and LNP cellular uptake to improve gene delivery.

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Aditi Limaye

Undergraduate Research Assistant

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Aditi Limaye

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Aditi Limaye is an undergraduate research assistant and member of the Stanford Class of 2023. She graduated in 2019 from Bob Jones High School in Madison, AL. In her high school years participated in the Research Science Institute in 2018 at the Massachusetts Institute in Technology, where she researched limit shapes of partitions. Also in her high school years she founded a nonprofit in STEM education called MCS Beast Academy. She now hopes to study bioengineering and math at Stanford.

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Vincent Liu

PhD Student, Genetics

B.A. Computer Science and Statistics, Columbia University

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Vincent Liu

PhD Student, Genetics

B.A. Computer Science and Statistics, Columbia University

Vincent is a PhD student in the Genetics program. He received his bachelor’s in Computer Science and Statistics from Columbia University in 2019. Initially working as an undergraduate researcher and later as a full-time research associate in the Dana Pe’er Lab at MSKCC, he applied single-cell genomics and lineage tracing technologies to study mouse embryonic development, tumor drug resistance, and human cancer metastasis. At Stanford, Vincent hopes to develop and apply single-cell multiomic technologies to gain a better understanding of the immune system in both healthy and disease states.

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Chris McGinnis

Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. Tetrad Program, UCSF

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Chris McGinnis

Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. Tetrad Program, UCSF

Chris received his PhD from University of California San Francisco in 2021. As a graduate student in the Gartner lab, Chris developed computational and molecular tools for single-cell transcriptomics and epigenomics, including DoubletFinder, MULTI-seq, and MULTI-ATAC-seq. He additionally used these methods to perform high-throughput immunomodulatory drug screens at single-cell resolution. As a postdoctoral fellow in the Satpathy lab, Chris will apply his background in single-cell genomics, immunology, and computational biology to fundamental questions in the cancer immunology field, including how tumors reprogram the immune system during metastasis.

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Lauren Meador

Center Administrator

B.S. Development Sociology, Cornell University; M.P.H. Policy and Management, SUNY Downstate

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Lauren Meador

Center Administrator

B.S. Development Sociology, Cornell University; M.P.H. Policy and Management, SUNY Downstate

Lauren is a Center Administrator in the Department of Pathology, supporting three Centers funded by NHGRI and NIAID. Lauren previously served as the Assistant Director of the Translational Research Institute on Pain in Later Life at Weill Cornell Medicine, and most recently as the Research Program Manager for the Patient Centered Injury Prevention Lab at University of Colorado School of Medicine. 

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Stefanie Meier

Postdoctoral Fellow

B.S. Biochemistry, ETH Zurich; M.S. Microbiology and Immunology, ETH Zurich; Ph.D., University College London

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Stefanie Meier

Postdoctoral Fellow

B.S. Biochemistry, ETH Zurich; M.S. Microbiology and Immunology, ETH Zurich; Ph.D., University College London

Stefanie is a joint postdoctoral fellow in the Satpathy lab and the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy (PICI). She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry and her Master’s Degree in Microbiology and Immunology from ETH Zurich in Switzerland. During her PhD at the University College London (UCL), she investigated the role of epigenetic regulators in pediatric glioma and revealed novel drug targets for this disease.

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Max Miao

PhD Student, Genetics

B.S. Chemical and Physical Biology, Harvard University

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Max Miao

PhD Student, Genetics

B.S. Chemical and Physical Biology, Harvard University

Max is a PhD student in the Satpathy Lab. He is a first-year graduate student in the genetics program. He graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical and Physical Biology in 2019. During his undergraduate studies, he worked in Dr. Vijay Kuchroo’s lab and Dr. David Liu’s lab.

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Sydney Norman

Gladstone Institutes Administrative Assistant

B.A. Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder

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Sydney Norman

Gladstone Institutes Administrative Assistant

B.A. Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder

Sydney graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a BA in Psychology. She has a background in the Rare Disease world and is happy to continue her work with a biomedical research organization. At Gladstone, Sydney is a Project Coordinator with HIV Obstruction by Programmed Epigenetics (HOPE) and gives administrative support to the Pelka and Satpathy labs. Outside of the lab, Sydney is a connoisseur for gourmet cooking, beach activities, and backpacking.

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Joy Pai

PhD Student, Immunology

B.A. Computer Science and Biology, Columbia University

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Joy Pai

PhD Student, Immunology

B.A. Computer Science and Biology, Columbia University

Joy is a graduate student in the Immunology program at Stanford. She received her bachelor’s in Computer Science and Biology from Columbia University in 2016. During this time, she worked in the lab of Dr. Chaolin Zhang, studying neuronal RNA regulatory networks. After graduation, she joined Dr. Michel Nussenzweig’s lab at The Rockefeller University as a bioinformatician, where she developed computational approaches to study the HIV latent reservoir. In the Satpathy Lab, Joy is interested in integrating single-cell genomics data to study T cell clonal dynamics.

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Colin Raposo

PhD Student, Immunology

B.S. Biology, Tufts University

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Colin Raposo

PhD Student, Immunology

B.S. Biology, Tufts University

Colin is a PhD student in the Immunology Program. He graduated from Tufts University in 2019 with a degree in Biology. While at Tufts, he studied the functional role of tandem repeat regions in proteins. Before starting at Stanford, Colin worked at SQZ Biotech developing a cell therapy to induce antigen-specific tolerance for the treatment of autoimmune diseases. In the Satpathy lab, he is interested in addressing basic hypotheses in T cell biology by combining fundamental immunological systems with high-throughput genomic techniques. 

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Theodore Roth

Resident, Clinical Pathology

M.D./Ph.D., UCSF; M.S. Biomedical Informatics, Stanford University

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Theodore Roth

Resident, Clinical Pathology

M.D./Ph.D., UCSF; M.S. Biomedical Informatics, Stanford University

Theo is a resident in Pathology at Stanford, and outside of his clinical training is conducting research with the Satpathy Lab. Theo was undergrad and co-terminal masters student at Stanford before completing an MD/PhD at UCSF. His work focuses on scalable applications of gene editing and synthetic biology in primary human immune cells to answer basic science, diagnostic, and therapeutic questions in cancer, infectious disease, and autoimmune settings.

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Katalin Sandor

Postdoctoral Fellow

M.S. Molecular Biology, University of Debrecen; Ph.D. Genomics, University of Debrecen

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Katalin Sandor

Postdoctoral Fellow

M.S. Molecular Biology, University of Debrecen; Ph.D. Genomics, University of Debrecen

Katalin received her Master of Science in Molecular Biology and Ph.D. in Genomics from the University of Debrecen in Hungary, where she studied the transcriptional regulation of apoptosis in mouse thymocytes. She got really interested in epigenetic regulation of gene expression and joined Dr. Timothy Osborne’s group as a postdoctoral researcher at the Sanford Burnham Prebys M.D.I. and Johns Hopkins University, investigating the epigenetic background of adipose tissue distribution of women in obesity. In the Satpathy Lab she is studying T cell responses in chronic viral infection and cancer, applying single-cell multiomics and chromosome conformation capture technologies.

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Ansuman Satpathy

Assistant Professor

M.D./Ph.D. Immunology, Washington University in St. Louis

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Ansuman Satpathy

Assistant Professor

M.D./Ph.D. Immunology, Washington University in St. Louis

Ansu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is a member of the Stanford Cancer Institute, the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, the Immunology, Cancer Biology, and Biomedical Informatics Programs, Bio-X, and a faculty fellow in ChEM-H. Ansu completed an M.D. and Ph.D. in immunology at Washington University in St. Louis, and clinical residency in pathology and postdoctoral training in genetics at Stanford.

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Quanming Shi

Research Associate

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University; Ph.D. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

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Quanming Shi

Research Associate

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University; Ph.D. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Quanming Shi is a joint Research Associate in Satpathy lab and Chang lab. He received Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Tsinghua university, and Ph.D in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at U of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, where he studied single molecular binding force measurement and cellular mechanotranduction in developmental and cancer context. He worked on single molecule imaging, CRISPR editing and tagging, and coupling with genomics to study protein and DNA binding during Postdoctoral training at UC Berkeley and Stanford. Currently he primarily focuses on single cell multi-omics and CRISPR screening.

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Bob Stickels

Postdoctoral Scholar

PhD Harvard University

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Bob Stickels

Postdoctoral Scholar

PhD Harvard University

Bob received his PhD from Harvard University where he worked with Evan Macosko and Fei Chen developing spatial transcriptomic technologies enabling organ level reconstruction of gene expression with cellular resolution. Prior to his PhD he worked on protein sequencing technologies at WUSTL, and evolutionary genomics during his undergraduate at University of Connecticut. In the Satpathy lab he will be working on new gene delivery technologies to convert the rich information generated from single cell data to highly specific delivery modalities. 

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Fangyi Wang

Life Science Research Professional 1

B.S. Biochemistry, UCLA

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Fangyi Wang

Life Science Research Professional 1

B.S. Biochemistry, UCLA

Fangyi is a Life Science Research Professional 1 in the lab. Prior to joining the Satpathy Lab, she worked in Dr. Yanfen Liu’s lab at ShanghaiTech University during the summer of 2021 to study ubiquitin-proteasome and autophagy regulation with an emphasis on ubiquitin ligases. In the Satpathy Lab, Fangyi is interested in using cancer immunotherapy and how immunology can be applied in cancer therapy.

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Pat Yan

PhD Student, Immunology

B.S. Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University

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Pat Yan

PhD Student, Immunology

B.S. Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University

Pat is a graduate student in the Stanford Immunology program. He graduated from Penn State with a bachelor’s in Chemistry in 2016. After graduation, he studied the mechanisms of immune checkpoint blockade therapy in melanoma patients in the lab of Dr. John Wherry. He then worked on transcriptional control of CAR T cells at ArsenalBio. Pat currently focuses on understanding the molecular and signaling events that regulate T cell memory fate decisions. Outside of the lab he enjoys searching the California coast for rocks to climb.

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Winnie Yao

Life Science Research Professional 1

B.A. Molecular and Cellular Biology, UC Berkeley

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Winnie Yao

Life Science Research Professional 1

B.A. Molecular and Cellular Biology, UC Berkeley

Winnie is a Life science research professional 1 (LSRP1) in Satpathy lab in the Department of Pathology. She obtained her Bachelor Degree from UC Berkeley in 2016. Before joining the Satpathy lab, she worked as a LSRP1 in Mark M. Davis lab in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology.

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Emma (Yajie) Yin

Life Science Research Professional 1

M.S. Biomedical and Translational Science, UC Irvine; M.S. Oncology, University of Jinan, China; Bachelor of Clinical Medicine, Weifang Medical University, China

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Emma (Yajie) Yin

Life Science Research Professional 1

M.S. Biomedical and Translational Science, UC Irvine; M.S. Oncology, University of Jinan, China; Bachelor of Clinical Medicine, Weifang Medical University, China

Yajie is a Life science research professional 1 (LSRP1) in Satpathy lab in the Department of Pathology. Yajie obtained her Bachelor Degree of Clinical Medicine, evaluated as MD, from Weifang Medical University China in 2013, and received the Master degree in Oncology in 2017. From 2015 to 2019, she worked on Gynecology Oncology in Dr. Bae-Jump lab as a Visiting Scholar & Research Assistant at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She continued to explore her study on clinical research and received the Master Degree in Biomedical and Translational Science from University of California, Irvine, in 2020. Before joining Satpathy lab, she worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator Assistant in UC Irvine Medical Center. 

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Wenxi Zhang

Life Science Research Professional 1

B.S. Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology; B.S./M.S. departmental scholar in Bioinformatics, UCLA

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Wenxi Zhang

Life Science Research Professional 1

B.S. Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology; B.S./M.S. departmental scholar in Bioinformatics, UCLA

Wenxi is a Life Science Research Professional 1 in the Satpathy Lab. During her undergraduate studies, she worked in Dr. Matteo Pellegrini’s Lab on developing Epigenetic Pacemaker Model. She has also worked for Dr. Cizhong Jiang on the impact of histone chaperon FACT on chromatin remodeling in neuroblastoma.

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Alumni

Yanyan Qi

Scientist, Baylor College of Medicine

Life Science Research Professional 3

Hugo Kitano

Computational Analyst, Seer

Master's Student, Computer Science

Kevin Parker

CEO and Founder, Cartography Biosciences

PhD Student, Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine

Shreya Sirivolu

M.D. Student, USC

Life Science Research Professional 3

Danny Wells

Senior VP of Strategic Research, Immunai

Visiting Scholar

Katie Yost

Postdoctoral Researcher, Weissman Lab (MIT)

PhD Student, Cancer Biology

Nghi Ly

Lab Technician

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Our lab is always looking for new members! Please email Ansu your CV and a brief summary of your past and future research interests!

We are recruiting at all levels, including undergraduates, graduate and medical students, postdoctoral fellows, and computational and wet-lab research scientists.