Postdoctoral Fellow
Edward graduated from Princeton University, where he majored in Chemical and Biological Engineering and received a certificate in Engineering Biology. He then completed his PhD at Harvard University in Professor Loren Walensky's lab, which uses chemical biology tools to interrogate the biochemical mechanisms of cellular apoptotic pathways. In his free time, Edward likes to play volleyball, run, hike, play board games, and is a plant aficionado. He joined the Kruse lab in September 2020, and his research focuses on synthetic antibody and nanobody engineering.