Trainees in the T32 Training Program
T32 predoctoral students in the Stanford Molecular Medicine program are collectively engaged in a broad range of translational research.
Our current T32 trainees are investigating stem cells in a wide range of tissues reflective of the diversity of our inter-departmental faculty. Projects range from understanding how skeletal stem cells function in bone development through applying CRISPR to perform gene-correction for monogenic blood diseases in patients.
Current T32 Trainees
Past T32 Trainees
- Malachia Hoover in the Chan lab studying skeletal stem cells
- Jonas Fowler in the Loh lab studying hematopoietic stem cells
- Carolyn Dundes iin the Loh lab studying brain development
- Carsten Charlesworth in the Nakauchi lab studying organogenesis
- Courtney Stockman in the Nusse and Desai labs studying lung development
- Siddharth Menon in the Longaker lab studying the role of skeletal stem cells in cranial suture development
- Angela (Ziqi) Liu in the Oro lab studying studying skin development
- Katarina Klett in the Heilshorn lab studying engineered materials for epithelial morphogenesis
- Mallory Laboulaye in the Beachy lab studying the Hedgehog pathway
- Ishan Kumar in the M. Wernig lab studying microglial cells in the brain
- William Feist in the Porteus lab studying studying gene correction therapies
- Allison Banuelos in the Weissman lab studying developmental hematopoiesis
- Pieter Andries Both recently completed his PhD in the Rando lab and is applying to medical school.