Headshot portrait of Brian Deutsch - Bio-X Undergraduate Fellow
2012 Undergraduate Summer Research Program Participant

Home Department: undeclared
Supported by: Steve Krausz and Marisa Arredondo
Mentor: Michael Hsieh, Assistant Professor of Urology

Brian is a rising sophomore hailing from Southern California. He intends to pursue a major in biology with a minor in classics. He is an avid basketball fan who likes going to the movies with his girlfriend and enjoys terribly greasy food, bad jokes, and napping. He plans to go to medical school on the East Coast; however, he is waiting on inspiration and/or experience to dictate his specialty. This summer, Brian is working on a novel way to survey colorectal samples for copy-number variance.

Poster presented at the Stanford Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Symposium on August 27, 2012:

A Novel Approach to Surveying Colorectal Samples for Copy-Number Variance

Brian Deutsch1, Lincoln Nadauld1, Laura Miotke1, Rowza Rumma1, Hanlee Ji1, Calvin Kuo1
[Department of Oncology1, Stanford University]