image-left Benjamin H Good, PhD
Assistant Professor of Applied Physics
Stanford University
S231A Clark Center | 650-497-2575
Curriculum vitae

image-left Daniel Wong
Graduate student in Applied Physics
Daniel received his B.A. in Physics from Williams College in 2017. He is currently investigating how interference between linked mutations impacts ecological diversification in evolving resource competition models. He is also developing tools for inferring short-term evolutionary forces in vivo using barcoded lineage tracking data.
dpwong [at]

image-left Zhiru Liu
Graduate student in Applied Physics
Zhiru received his B.S. in Engineering Physics and Mathematics & Computer Science from UIUC in 2019. He is currently investigating the population genetics of ongoing bacterial recombination using metagenomic data from the human gut microbiome.
zhiru [at]

image-left Liana Merk
Undergraduate SURF Fellow
Liana is a rising senior at Caltech majoring in Bioengineering. She is currently developing tools for tracking within-host evolution and strain turnover in the rumen microbiome.
lmerk [at]

image-left Layton Rosenfeld
Undergraduate Bio-X Fellow
Layton is a rising sophomore at Stanford interested in Computational Biology. She is currently investigating the links between short-term evolution and community structure using metagenomic data from the human gut microbiome.
laytonr [at]

Friends of the lab

image-left Katherine Xue
JSMF Postdoctoral Fellow, Relman and Petrov labs
Katherine is collaborating with the Good lab to investigate within-host evolution and household transmission in the human gut microbiome.
kxue [at]