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SPYROS DARMANIS, PH.D.

Darmanis carried out his Ph.D. thesis research in Ulf Landegren’s laboratory at Uppsala University, where he developed high-performance, multiplexed protein assays and applied them to identify putative protein biomarkers that could serve as early diagnostic indicators of cancer and other diseases. As a postdoctoral fellow in Stephen Quake’s laboratory at Stanford University, he carried out single-cell protein and RNA analyses to characterize the diversity of cell types in adult and fetal human brains. At CZ Biohub, he developed tools to study different molecular entities in single cells in high-throughput and cost-effective ways, with a particular interest in studying the heterogeneity of human tumors and their interactions with the tumor microenvironment.

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