Lawson Woods | People | Beckstein Lab

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Lawson Woods

Lawson Woods

Lawson Woods is an undergraduate Computer Science student at ASU interested in the application of bioinformatic tools in clinical diagnostics and drug discovery. He joined the lab in Spring 2024 to build a molecular dynamics trajectory format (zarrtraj) capable of reading and writing trajectories directly to cloud storage as an MDAKit for MDAnalysis.

This summer, he will be interning in Dr. Keats’ lab at the Translational Genomics Research Institute in Phoenix to support bioinformatic software development and to leverage emerging high-throughput RNA sequencing techniques in Multiple Myeloma research.

He can be found on LinkedIn and GitHub