Assistant Professor | CV | email@example.com
Having worked in Bob Sauer's group as a Ph.D. student, I'm thrilled to return to MIT to start my lab. After graduating, I was the first employee at Ginkgo BioWorks, a local synthetic biology startup company and later was a post-doc in San Diego where I was jointly advised by Jamie Williamson and Malene Hansen. I'm excited to be back in Boston and look forward to watching our group grow!
Gina comes to the Davis lab with extensive experience as an administrative assistant as well as a bachelor's degree in Biology. Gina keeps the lab running smoothly and coordinates all of our finances; we're thrilled to have her as part of the lab.
Postdoctoral scholar | osvcruz[at]mit
Osvaldo trained is the labs of Jorge Iñiguez-Lluhí, Roger Sunahara, and John Tessmer at the University of Michigan before joining the Davis lab. Using biochemical and structural approaches, Osvaldo is working to understand how cells initiate autophagy and build the protein and lipid structures required to form autophagosomes.
Technical Associate | sanchezg[at]mit
Gus joined the lab after having earned his bachelor's degree in Molecular Biophysics from Yale and is interested in learning some biochemical techniques before he applies for medical school. Currently Gus is performing pilot experiments to measure autophagic flux in S. cerevisiae cells.