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Greyson Lewis

LGR-UC Computational Biologist

Greyson Lewis is a computational biologist and microscopist at the LGR. Before joining the LGR, he was a postdoctoral researcher and PhD student of Biophysics and Complex Biological Systems in Wallace Marshall’s Laboratory of Cell Geometry at the University of California, San Francisco. There, he used mathematics, machine learning, and microscopy to study the structure-function relationships of mitochondrial networks, within-host viral evolution, and B-cell maturation. At the LGR. Greyson is using AI-enabled image and transcriptomics analysis, automation, and CRISPR-based tools to identify new drug targets in iPSC-derived model systems.

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