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Magic with Single Molecules

  • Title: Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, University of California, San Diego
  • Education: PhD, University of Texas at Houston, 2003
  • Recommended by: George Church

If doing a postdoc puts you in the scientific trenches, doing a postdoc in George Church’s lab virtually guarantees a badge of honor. Kun Zhang just completed a whirlwind four years as a postdoctoral fellow with Church, and the experience made him a veteran in single-molecule analysis, DNA sequencing, and large-scale genomic scanning.

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