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Daniel Arlow is a highly skilled molecular biologist with 15.8 years of experience. He has expertise in Python, research, and teaching. Based in the United States, he has a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley and has worked at Jay Keasling's lab, developing new technologies for DNA synthesis. He has also worked as a Scientific Associate at D.E. Shaw Research, studying the biophysical properties of G protein-coupled receptors. Additionally, he has co-authored over 20 scientific publications, including papers in Nature, Science, Cell, PNAS, and Nature Biotechnology.
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Dan received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley for his work in Jay Keasling’s lab developing new technologies for the de novo synthesis of DNA. Previously, he was a Scientific Associate at D.E. Shaw Research, where he studied the biophysical properties of G protein-coupled receptors, including how drugs bind and modulate their activity. Dan began his scientific career at MIT, where he earned dual S.B. degrees in Math with Computer Science and Biology, and developed computation tools for the analysis of the regulation of gene expression in Vamsi Mootha’s lab at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. He has co-authored over 20 scientific publications, including papers in Nature, Science, Cell, PNAS, and Nature Biotechnology that have been cited over 5,000 times in aggregate, and is a co-inventor of two patents....See More