Miles Gander

Miles Gander
"Robust Digital Logic Circuits in Yeast with CRISPR/dCas9 NOR gates"


PhD Student
Electrical Engineering (Synthetic Biology) University of Washington


B.S. Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, University of Washington 2013
B.S. Applied Mathematics, University of Washington 2013

Miles is currently a senior graduate student working in the Klavins lab at the University of Washington.

Research Interests

His research focuses on designing, building and testing gene regulatory networks for synthetic biology and bioengineering applications. He currently works on developing robust, versatile and scalable gene circuit components. He is fascinated by the potential of genetic circuits and is working to develop design principles for cellular control using them.