Stanley Qi, Ph.D.
Dr. Stanley Qi is Assistant Professor in the Department of Bioengineering, the Department of Chemical and Systems Biology, and a core faculty member in Stanford ChEM-H Institute. He obtained B.S. in Math and Physics from Tsinghua University, Beijing China, M.A. in Physics from UC Berkeley, and Ph.D. in Bioengineering from UC Berkeley. He was an independent Faculty Fellow with own laboratory at UCSF 2012-2014, and became faculty in Stanford University since 2014. He engineered the first nuclease-deactivated dCas9 molecule, and was the first to use dCas9 to develop CRISPRi (interference) and CRISPRa (activation) technologies for sequence-specific gene regulation of the genome. His lab developed CRISPR-GO (genome organization) for the 3-D control of the genome structure and nuclear architecture. His team also (co)-developed technologies including CRISPR imaging for live-cell genome visualization, receptor-coupled genome engineering (ChaCha), genome-wide CRISPRi/a genetic screens, and the use of CRISPR to reprogram stem cells and neuron cells. Read more about Stanley Qi's profile here. (Stanley Qi publishes using the name Lei S. Qi.)
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443 Via Ortega MC 4245
Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering Building
Shriram Center Room 329
Stanford, CA 94305-4125, United States
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Xiaoshu Xu, Ph.D.
Xiaoshu is a postdoctoral researcher. She obtained Ph.D. from Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China.
Jens Magnusson, Ph.D.
Jens is a Human Frontier Postdoc Fellow. He received his Ph.D. from Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.
Paul Finn, Ph.D.
Paul is a Postdoc Fellow. He received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
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Amanda is a Bioengineering undergraduate student at Stanford.
Kasey is a Bioengineering undergraduate student at Stanford.
Matthew is a Bioengineering undergraduate student at Stanford.
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