the Moi Lab (tie dye shirts, Moi taking the pic) and many friends & volunteers on Nov 2021 planting Arabidopsis in our Carnegie field site at Stanford
Moi aims to mentor creative scientists that apply ecology, evolution, and genetics principles to understand nature and its relationship with climate
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Postdocs and Research Associates
Undergraduate researchers and visiting students
Katie BakerUndegraduate Research Assistant in Biology
I am an undergraduate student undecided on what to major in. However, my major will likely center around sustainability and energy. Outside of class, I enjoy studying Spanish, throwing ceramics, and cooking!
Zouberou SayibouUndegraduate Research Assistant in Computer Science
Originally from Togo (West-Africa), Zouberou Sayibou graduated from Bronx Community College (CUNY) with an Associates Degree in Computer Science. He transfered to Stanford University in Fall 2021 as a Undergraduate student. Currently at Stanford, he is undeclared but considering majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. He has developed intersted in Machine Learning/AI research in biology from his first semester at Bronx Community College. He is currently at Moi Lab pursuing research in Deep Learning.
Lab associated colleagues
Gloria, Milagros, Bielefelda, Princess, Josefa la morena Cuervo
Lab friends experts in herbivory experiments and random Markov walks.
We are always searching for talented and creative researchers, and are happy to develop together ideas for a competitive fellowship.
Ru Peng - former Research Assistant, now PhD student at Washington University, St.Louis, US
Matt Gill - Genetics PhD student rotating Spring 22, now PhD Student in Bhatt lab at Stanford University School of Medicine
Erin Zess - PhD - Postdoc 2021, now group leader in Benson Hill, Missouri, US
Jennifer Serrano Rojas - Biology PhD student rotating Summer 21, now PhD student in the O'Connell Lab at Stanford
Alanna Pyke - Genetics PhD student rotating Fall 20, now PhD student in the Sherlock Lab at Stanford
Eva Sehr - Bioinformatics Master student, FH Campus Wien 2019-2020, now scientist at Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Andrea Ramirez - Biology PhD student rotating Winter 20, now PhD student in the Dinneny Lab at Stanford
Veronica Pagowski - Biology PhD student rotating Fall 19-Spring20, now PhD student in the Lowe Lab at Stanford