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  • Ariel Bacaner Ganz

    Ariel Bacaner Ganz

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Genetics

    BioAriel B. Ganz, PhD is a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University in the Snyder Lab, Department of Genetics in the School of Medicine researching effective strategies for happiness and well-being, and how psychological changes can alter health on a molecular level. She holds a doctoral degree in Molecular Nutrition from Cornell University and has published across diverse research fields from precision medicine and nutrition to computational chemistry and theoretical physics.

  • Daniel Gomari

    Daniel Gomari

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Genetics

    Current Research and Scholarly Interestsaging, deep learning, metabolomics, healthspan and lifespan extension

  • John Gorzynski

    John Gorzynski

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Genetics
    Life Science Research Professional, Medicine - Med/Cardiovascular Medicine

    BioVeterinarian and Researcher with a keen interest in genetic determinants of cardiomyopathies in great apes

  • Tuhin Guha

    Tuhin Guha

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Genetics

    BioA research individual with more than ten years of extensive research experience in molecular biology techniques ranging from DNA/RNA manipulations, recombinant protein expression, purification, and biochemical characterization of DNA-cutting enzymes, needed for genetic engineering. I am a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Genetics, Stanford University. I work with Dr. Mike Snyder. My research involves multiplexed-molecular imaging for the precancerous and cancerous colon polyps (Familial adenomatous polyposis) using a cutting-edge technology, Codex. My previous work involved novel gene therapy approaches to cure muscle disorders, particularly Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy 2A using mouse models, and gene repair studies using modified CRISPR system through plasmid/protein-oligo based transfections, electroporation in human cells, microinjection in frog embryos and analyzing editing efficiencies using flow cytometry. I have a multi-disciplinary background, therefore I have a solid understanding and working knowledge in a broader domain within the biological sciences, be it from animal behavior, ecology, gene regulation, genetic diseases to understanding and designing “molecular switches” within DNA-cutting proteins, such as meganucleases, and CRISPR/Cas9 for genome engineering. I have strong communication skills, presented my research in various conferences and published heavily in the field of DNA-cutting enzymes and their use as genome editing tools. I have a proven ability to manage challenging research objectives, collaborated with other research teams, and delivered results effectively. I always welcome new ideas and interact with people to learn any new skills and experiences. I have also supervised several undergraduate project students, summer students and junior graduate students. My mentorship to the lab colleagues have been very productive. While I am not working, I enjoy photography.