Lucien E Weiss
Contact: Lucien.e.weiss AT gmail.com
Lucien is a Zuckerman Postdoctoral Fellow in Yoav Shechtman's Nano-bio-optics lab at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. His focus is on the development of new microscopy tools and analyses to characterize the interactions between biomolecules. This work relates to bettering our understanding of molecular cell biology, creating new types of diagnostic tests, and improving specificity of targeted therapeutics.
During his graduate work in W. E. Moerner's Single-molecule biophysics lab at Stanford University, he studied the Sonic Hedgehog signaling pathway using single-molecule-related methods, particularly single-particle tracking, and also developed single-molecule tools for super-resolution microscopy and data analysis.
In the news and around the web
December 2019: Ynet news (Quidditch related)
April 2019: From the Grapevine feature.
July 2018: Technion live: Life in super resolution
April 2017: Peninsula Press feature (Quidditch related)
June 2016: Interview with Nanolive.
Current/past society memberships:
Institute of Biological Engineering (IBE)
Previously elected to the executive committee as the undergraduate councilor
Israel Society for Microscopy (ISM)
Materials Research Society (MRS)
Optical Society of America (OSA)
Previously elected to the executive committee of the Stanford student chapter
Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE)
Quantitative BioImaging Society (QBI)
1987: Joins Earth Lab
1992-2002: State College Area Friends School
2002-2006: State College Delta Program/State High
2004: First job in the lab with Prof. Will Hancock
2005: Joins iGEM (Cirino/Richards/Tien/Weiss/Farber Labs)
2006: REU at the University of Wisconsin, Nealey Lab
2006-2007: Penn State University
2007: Joins Tien Lab
2008-2010: Harvard University
2009: Joins Lieber Lab
2010-2017: Stanford University for PhD
2010: Joins Moerner Lab
2017: Joins Shechtman Lab
2017-2020: Technion - Israel Institute of Technology as a Postdoc