Courtesy Faculty Member Alice Ting Elected to the National Academy of Sciences
Congratulations to Chemistry courtesy faculty member Alice Ting, who is among 120 newly elected members of the National Academy of Sciences, and joined by six other Stanford University researchers.
Alice Ting creates technologies to map out cells and parse the signals and circuits that support cellular function. Ting draws from a variety of protein engineering techniques to identify, quantify and manipulate molecules that may play critical roles in cell and animal behavior. She is developing methods to understand how different organ systems communicate with one another to affect different biological functions, and she is exploring signaling in mitochondria and in the mammalian brain. Read more at Stanford Report.