Daniel Martin-Alarcon

Daniel received his BS in Chemical Engineering (minor in Philosophy) from New Mexico State University. After a variety of undergraduate research in diverse areas of chemical, biological, and mechanical engineering, he joined the Boyden lab in 2011 as a Bioengineering PhD student, where he worked for his thesis on a variety of new molecular technologies for engineering complex biological systems. He then went on to become a science advisor to the Open Philanthropy project.


Expansion Microscopy of Zebrafish for Neuroscience and Developmental Biology Studies

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences | 2017

Freifeld L, Odstrcil I, Förster D, Ramirez A, Gagnon JA, Randlett O, Costa EK, Asano S, Celiker OT, Gao R, Martin-Alarcon DA, Reginato P, Dick C, Chen L, Schoppik D, Engert F, Baier H, Boyden ES (2017) Expansion microscopy of zebrafish for neuroscience and developmental biology studies, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(50):E10799-E10808.