The Marson lab is a highly collaborative team with expertise in genomics, immunology, infectious diseases, and related fields, driven by a shared interest in applying cutting-edge technologies to understand and engineer cells of the human immune system.
Alex Marson is a Professor at UCSF and the Director of the Gladstone-UCSF Institute of Genomic Immunology. As a physician-scientist with a background in immune genomics, Alex’s lab is focused on adapting CRISPR genome editing techniques to human immune cells in order to understand the genetic programs controlling immune cell function and to manipulate T cells to generate cell-based therapies for a wide range of diseases.
Post-Doctoral Fellows and Students
MD/PhD Student, UCSF
PhD Student, UCSF BMS
Yan Yi Chen
Scientific Strategy Manager