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Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University<br>
Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University<br>
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Contact via: Jean Cookinham<br>
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Contact via: Written Mail<br>
Lab website: [http://endy.web.stanford.edu http://endy.web.stanford.edu]<br>
Lab website: [http://endy.web.stanford.edu http://endy.web.stanford.edu]<br>
Y2E2-269B, MC4200<br>
Y2E2-269B, MC4200<br>

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Drew Endy (安特專)

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Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University
Contact via: Written Mail
Lab website: http://endy.web.stanford.edu
Y2E2-269B, MC4200
473 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305
(650) 723-7027

Goals

  • Immediate: Enable engineering of genetically encoded memory
  • Long-term: Make biology easy to engineer
  • Social: Support overwhelmingly responsible and constructive development and application of biological technologies

Travel

I try to limit my professional travel to one trip per month. Below are my current commitments. Green = I have nothing booked. Yellow = I've hit my quota. Red = Please don't ask me to travel unless it is a national emergency; telephone and video conferencing can be great.

  • March '10
    • Kyoto
  • April '10
    • NIH
    • Seattle
  • May '10
    • Montpelier?
  • June '10
    • Spain
  • July '10
  • August '10
  • September '10
    • Greece
  • October '10
    • Harvey Mudd
  • November '10
    • Boston
  • December '10
  • January '11
  • February '10
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