Reprogramming molecular circuits for
We strive to significantly advance our understanding of biological circuits in multicellular systems and their applications in biotechnology. We are also focused on education innovation and training the next generation of scientists from all backgrounds
Our group works at the interface of mechanistic, synthetic, and systems biology to understand and program cellular recognition, communication, and organization. We are currently interested in engineering biomedical relevant cellular behaviors
for cancer immunotherapy.
Discovering Cell Biology mechanisms
We deconstruct to learn how natural biological systems work
We work on engineering molecules, cells and tissues
Designing and engineering synthetic circuits
We use a bottom-up approach to program new functions
Programing next-generation cellular therapies
We are interested in biomedical relevant behaviors for therapeutics
The Hernandez-Lopez Lab is part of the Department of Genetics and of Bioengineering at Stanford University. We are members of Stanford BioX. Our lab greatly acknowledges our supporters and partners.