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We are currently recruiting postdoctoral scholars who enjoy a collaborative environment and have a strong record of creative research. Topics and techniques of interest include (but are not limited to) computational protein design, single molecule instrumentation, and mammalian cell culture.
We are currently recruiting postdoctoral scholars who enjoy a collaborative environment and have a strong record of creative research. Topics and techniques of interest include (but are not limited to) computational protein design, single molecule instrumentation, and mammalian cell culture.
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In addition to students from Chemical Engineering, I'm interested in advising students from Biophysics, Bioengineering, Chemistry, Physics, Applied Physics, and Computer Science. If you think you might be interested in our research please contact me via email: alex dot dunn at stanford dot edu.
In addition to students from Chemical Engineering, I'm interested in advising students from Biophysics, Bioengineering, Chemistry, Physics, Applied Physics, and Computer Science. If you think you might be interested in our research please contact me via email: alex dot dunn at stanford dot edu.
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Openings

Postdocs

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We are currently recruiting postdoctoral scholars who enjoy a collaborative environment and have a strong record of creative research. Topics and techniques of interest include (but are not limited to) computational protein design, single molecule instrumentation, and mammalian cell culture.


Graduate Students.

In addition to students from Chemical Engineering, I'm interested in advising students from Biophysics, Bioengineering, Chemistry, Physics, Applied Physics, and Computer Science. If you think you might be interested in our research please contact me via email: alex dot dunn at stanford dot edu.


Photos courtesy of www.JohnTodd.com
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