Professor Bathe obtained his Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral Degrees at MIT working in the Departments of Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, and Biological Engineering before moving to Munich to carry out his postdoctoral research in Biological Physics at the University of Munich. He returned to MIT in 2009 to join the faculty in the Department of Biological Engineering, where he runs an interdisciplinary research group focused on developing integrated computational-experimental approaches for engineering biology. Major research thrusts of his group include programming structured nucleic acid assemblies for mRNA and CRISPR/Cas9 delivery, nanoscale energy circuits and fluorescent barcodes, and multiplexed fluorescence imaging of neuronal circuits for phenotypic profiling.

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