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Deniz Aksel

Deniz Aksel is a graduate student in the Harvard Biophysics Program. Originally from Istanbul Turkey, he studied Biological Engineering as an undergraduate at MIT in the Synthetic Neurobiology Lab. During his studies, he worked on building a robot for image-guided, automated patch clamping of cultured cells. In the Ramanathan Lab, he is developing tools for spatiotemporal control of developmental signaling pathways, and studying the interactions between cell fate and spatial reorganization during tissue morphogenesis.

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