Joined the George Church Lab at Harvard Medical School

The Wyss Institute, Boston

The Wyss Institute, Boston

As of July of 2010, I have finished my laboratory rotations and joined George Church’s lab at the Harvard Medical School Department of Genetics. I’m working in Dr. Church’s lab space at the Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering across the river in Boston.

My work in the Church lab will focus on manipulating bacterial and mammalian genomes and assaying the phenotypic effects of these changes using high-throughput methods. I plan to harness and improve a number of new technologies that the lab has been developing, including oligo chip-based gene synthesis and MAGE (multiplex automated genome engineering).

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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.