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Drew Endy

Associate Professor of Bioengineering




Drew Endy is a member of the bioengineering faculty at Stanford and BioBricks Foundation president. His research teams pioneered amplifying genetic logic, rewritable DNA data storage, reliably reuseable standard biological parts, and genome refactoring. Endy helped launch the new undergraduate majors in bioengineering at both MIT and Stanford; he also co-founded the iGEM competition, a global genetic engineering “olympics” now engaging over 6,000 students annually. He is also affiliated with the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and the Center for International Security and Cooperation.