Genomics euphoria: ramblings of a scientist on genetics, genomics and the meaning of life

Greetings from UCSF

As of May 1st, I have started as an Assistant Professor at UCSF, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics. I am also affiliated with the Department of Urology and the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. The switch from postdoc to assistant professor has been daunting and at times overwhelming, but overall I am excited about starting this new chapter in my career. My home departments are filled with amazing scientists, some of whom have been my long-time heroes. I feel supported and fortunate to be where I am and to have the opportunities that I have. There is a lot on the scientific front that I want to write about that will show up in the near future on this blog. But for now, I wanted to keep this announcement short. Please visit our labpage at and feel free to contact us should the need arise. As we are building our group, we are always looking for smart students and postdocs who would like to be part of our team as we try to build a multidisciplinary group worthy of 21st century science.

2 responses to “Greetings from UCSF

  1. Andy July 14, 2016 at 2:19 pm

    Congrats =)

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