Getting settled in Cambridge

After finishing my undergraduate studies this Spring, I spent two months travelling through Europe, mostly living in Barcelona. In July I relocated to Cambridge, UK. This summer I will be working with the 2008 Cambridge iGEM team. You can find more information about iGEM here, and visit out team wiki here. Starting in the Fall, I will begin work on my Whitaker-funded project, which focuses on the stochastic modeling of stem cell diffentiation using DNA methylation patterns.

iGEM has kept me busy so far this summer, but I hope to update my CV and detail some of my previous and current research projects. For now, you can check out my Flickr page for photos of me, my travels, Cambridge, and of my colleagues on the iGEM team.

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Daniel Bryan Goodman is currently an NSF Graduate Research Fellow at the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST). His current research involves technology development for synthetic and systems biology. He is synthesizing thousands of genes, globally modifying genomes, and interrogating the function of genetic elements in humans and model organisms for both clinical and basic research.