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Prof. Bianxiao Cui

Bianxiao Cui

Fearless Leader
bcui@stanford.edu
(650) 725-9573

Nancy McCarthy

Nancy McCarthy

Administrator
nancylm@stanford.edu
(650) 736-8120

Dr. Wei Zhang

Wei Zhang

Postdoctoral Fellow
Taiyuan, China

"I enjoy the moment when making a discovery in science. I would like to live as a scientist just for more of these moments."
Nano-Bio Interface
wzhang5@stanford.edu

Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Alberta

member since February 2018

Dr. Yang Yang

Yang Yang

Postdoctoral Fellow
Huhhot, China

"I think we all have the instinct to ask why and doing science to me is to find out the answer by myself."
Nano-Bio Interface
yang11@stanford.edu

Ph.D. in Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore

member since November 2018

Dr. Peter Zhou

Yuecheng (Peter) Zhou

Postdoctoral Fellow
Suzhou, China

"I do science because I enjoy the excitement of observing and finding out how nature works.”
Optical Electrophysiology
ypz@stanford.edu

Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

member since July 2019

Dr. Csaba Forro

Csaba Forro

Postdoctoral Fellow
Lausanne, Switzerland

"I am very afraid of being bored. Also, I want to learn as much as I can in order to understand phdcomics and xkcd jokes.”
Nano-Bio Interface
cforro@stanford.edu

Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering

member since December 2019

Dr. Xiao Yang

Xiao Yang

Postdoctoral Fellow
Changchun, China


Nano-Bio Interface
xiaoy1@stanford.edu

Ph.D. in Chemistry, Harvard University

member since September 2020

Tommy Li

Tommy Li

Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellow, Chemistry
Centerville, Ohio, USA

"Being a scientist is the closest I could get to being a wizard."
Nano-Bio Interface
thomasli@stanford.edu

A.B. Chemistry, Science and Technology Studies, Cornell University

member since 2015

Jen Marrero Hope

Jen Marrero Hope

NSF Graduate Research Fellow, CMAD Fellow, DARE Fellow, Chemistry
Carriere, Mississippi, USA

"Science gives me a new way to look at the world. I can dissect *anything* into fundamental processes that I understand!"
Optical Control of Protein Function
jenhope@stanford.edu

S.B. Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

member since January 2016

Sir Tylenol

Taylor Jones

Graduate Student, Chemistry
Burke, Virginia, USA

“I became a scientist because it’s comforting to know that, on some level, everything is supposed to make sense… and also I got to play with fire"
Optical Control of Protein Function
joneste4@stanford.edu

B.S. Chemistry, Virginia Commonwealth University

member since January 2018

Auntie

Aofei Liu

Stanford Graduate Fellow, Chemistry
Singapore

"I like fangirling/obsessing over things and I like making sense of the world. Scientific research lets me do both!"
Optical Control of Protein Function
liuaofei@stanford.edu

S.B. Chemistry and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

member since March 2018

Melissa Nakamoto

Melissa Nakamoto

Graduate Student, Chemistry
Honolulu, Hawaii

"Science explains all the good things in life like food, paint, and sunsets."
Nano-Bio Interface
mnakamot@stanford.edu

Sc.B. in Chemistry, Brown University

member since December 2018

Ching-Ting Tsai

Ching-Ting Tsai

Graduate Student, Chemistry
Taipei, Taiwan

"There are many ways to give back to society, and studying science is an extraordinary one. I want to use science to make a positive imprint, so people can benefit from my research."
Nano-Bio Interface
tingtsai@stanford.edu

B.S. in Chemistry, National Taiwan University

member since December 2018

Chih-Hao Lu

Chih-Hao (Harry) Lu

Graduate Student, Chemistry
Keelung City, Taiwan

“Traveling, Cooking, Studying and Exercising make up my 50% life. Let Science fill the rest of my life~ "
Nano-Bio Interface
chihhaol@stanford.edu

M.S. Chemistry, B.S. Chemistry and Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

member since January 2019

Erica Liu

Erica Liu

Graduate Student, Chemistry
Eugene, Oregon, USA

"I have a lot of questions."
Optical Electrophysiology
eliu8@stanford.edu

B.S. Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley

member since November 2019

Ghawayne Calvin

Ghawayne Calvin

Spanish Town, Jamaica

"I became a scientist because I like being right even though I am wrong 99% of the time."
Optical Control of Protein Function
gcalvin@stanford.edu

Biology, African and African American Studies, Stanford University, Class of 2021

member since June 2018

Vincent Chim

Vincent Chim

Rockville, Maryland

"Scientists are like clowns because you're constantly juggling things, and sometimes you just have to laugh"
Nano-Bio interface
vchim@stanford.edu

Chemistry, Class of 2023

member since March 2021

Ethan Foster

Ethan Foster

Somewhere

"Inspirational quote to come"
Project description to come
epf@stanford.edu

Study, Class of X

member since Month Year

Jennifer Wang

Jennifer Wang

Great Neck, New York, USA

"Inspirational quote to come"
Project description to come
jwang01@stanford.edu

Chemical Engineering, Class of 2023

member since March 2021