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[[Gabriel Wu]] <gwu01@berkeley.edu> <br>
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327 Stanley Hall <br>
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Berkeley, CA 94720-1762 <br>
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People
John Dueber <jdueber@berkeley.edu>
Weston Whitaker <westonwhitaker@gmail.com>
Gabriel Wu <gwu01@berkeley.edu>
J.C. Oviedo <jc_1188@berkeley.edu>
Susan Y Chen<susan.y.chen.24@gmail.com>

Alumni
Ghulam Reza K Malmirchegini <rezak@uclink.berkeley.edu>
Melissa Lam Chong <mlchong@berkeley.edu>
Adeeti Ullal <aullal@berkeley.edu>


Address
327 Hildebrand Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720


Congrats to Gabe, winner of "Best Poster" in Synthetic Biology 4.0 Conference in Hong Kong!

Brief research description
We have two separate projects in collaboration with the laboratories of Jay Keasling and Adam Arkin. In both, we are using modular strategies in a forward engineering effort to rewire/reprogram pathways - metabolic pathways with Jay Keasling (doi:10.1038/nbt.1557) and two-component signaling with Adam Arkin.

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