Lei Stanley Qi, Ph.D.
Dr. Stanley Qi is Assistant Professor in Department of Bioengineering, Department of Chemical & Systems Biology, and a core faculty member in the Stanford ChEM-H Institute. He obtained B.S. in Physics and Math from Tsinghua University, Beijing China, M.A. in Physics from UC Berkeley, and Ph.D. in Bioengineering from UC Berkeley/UCSF. He worked as a Faculty Fellow at UCSF 2012-2014, and was a faculty memebr in Stanford University since 2014. His team developed the first use of dCas9 technology for genetic engineering and gene regulation, including CRISPRi/a for transcription activation or repression and dCas9 for genome imaging in living cells. Read more about Stanley Qi's profile here.
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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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Ingrid Vogelaar, Ph.D.
Ingrid is a postdoctoral researcher.
Xiaoshu Xu, Ph.D.
Xiaoshu is a postdoctoral researcher. She obtained Ph.D. from Chinese Academy of Science.
Staff Scientist and Admin Assistant
Aris is a Bioengineering undergraduate student at Stanford.
Amanda is a Bioengineering undergraduate student at Stanford.
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