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Longitudinal Profiling of the Microbiome - Cover Design

Cover art for scientific journal
“Longitudinal profiling of the microbiome at four body sites reveals core stability and individualized dynamics during health and disease”

publishing date: mid-April 2024

Link to Preprint (before mid-April Cover Publishing Date)
•The stability of the human microbiome varies among individuals and body sites
•Highly individualized microbial genera are more stable over time
•At each body site, coordinated microbial dynamics are observed in response to disease
•Microbiome stability and skn microbial composition are altered with insulin resistance

In Vivo Frontiers Conference

The Promise and Progress of RNA Delivery & Gene Editing
Michael Snyder, Jennifer Doudna, Robert Langer and Colleagues

March 2024 Virtual Conference

  • New Molecular Technologies for Genome Editing and Cell Control
  • Immunostimulatory Nucleic Acid Nanoparticals for Biomedical Applications

Multiomics Microsampling Cover Design

Cover art for scientific journal
“Multi-omics microsampling for the profiling of lifestyle-associated changes in health”

publishing date: January 2023

On the cover: Here we describe a strategy for the frequent capture and analysis of thousands of metabolites, lipids, cytokines and proteins in 10 μl of blood alongside physiological information from wearable sensors.

Cell Systems Cover Design

Cover art for scientific journal
“Multiomic analysis reveals cell-type-specific molecular determinants of COVID-19 severity”

print publishing date: August/September 2022

On the cover: Natural killer (NK) cells (pale blue) attacking SARS-CoV-2 viruses (red) with machine learning methodology signified by patterned numerals. In this issue of Cell Systems, Zhang et al. (p. 598) propose a machine learning method that integrates single-cell mult-iomic data with GWAS summary statistics to discover cell-type-specific disease risk genes. Application to severe COVID-19 identifies over 1,000 risk genes in 19 human lung cell types. Genetic risk is found to be enriched within NK cells and CD56 bright cytokine-producing NK cells. Cover art by Lettie McGuire.

Snyder Lab Research Studies

Research, Management & Design
Research Studies for Michael Snyder, PhD, Chair of Stanford Genetics Department, Stanford School of Medicine.

Working with ~20 research teams to launch studies and publications to improve human health.

Highlighted studies: NASA’s Twins Study, Antarctica Expedition, Wearables Study (co-author of this study), and over 20 multiomic studies in genetics.

Deep Data Video Promotion

Web Design & React JS Web Development

An experimental website to promote Stanford Deep Data Research Computing Center at the Precision Medicine World Conference.

Genome Research Cover Design

Cover art for scientific journal
“Precision environmental health monitoring by longitudinal exposome and multi-omics profiling”
print publishing date: June/July 2022

In this issue, thousands of longitudinally measured chemical and biological components along with physical factors in the personal exposome cloud were investigated for their impact on internal -omes, such as the proteome, metabolome, gut microbiome, as well as cytokines and blood markers. On the cover, the dynamic and diverse exposomics profile is depicted as a mixture and its complex interactions with the gut microbiome and internal biomolecules in various organs is illustrated. These potential gene–environment interactions elucidate how the exposome shapes human phenome and impacts precision health. (Cover artwork by Lettie McGuire []. [For details, see Gao et al., pp. 1199–1214.])


Web Design & React JS Web Development

An experimental interactive website promoting cloud data and genetics for precision medicine

Mental Healthcare Innovations Summit

Web Design & Development for International Summit

An international research collaboration between Britain’s Tony Blair Institute for Global Change and United States’ Stanford Medicine.

Stanford Personal Healthcare Dashboard

Web Development for MyPHD
Collaborator:  Kexin Cha

The Stanford Personal Health Dashboard (PHD) platform is an open-source, end-to-end solution for biomedical research projects that require integrating wearable and clinical data.

Stanford Healthcare Innovations Lab

Web Developer, Genetics
Collaborators: Erika M. Hunting, Qinyi Yao and Kexin Cha

Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab is building the future of precision medicine at the intersection of computer science and biology.

Antarctica: The Epic Adventure

Antarctica Research Study
Web Design and Development, Stanford Genetics

a collaborative research study with NASA, the European Space Agency & Snyder Lab, Stanford Genetics. Conducting research at the ends of the earth, we examine human health in earth’s most extreme environments.


Fitbit Pac-12 Wearables Research

Web Design and Development, Stanford Genetics
Collaborators:  Andrew Wallace Brooks, Erika M. Hunting and Kexin Cha

Researching whether wearable fitness tracking devices can predict infectious diseases before symptoms start.


Longevity & Venture Capital
Web Design and Development, Stanford Genetics
Collaborator:  Erika M. Hunting

Stanford University, School of Medicine’s innovative courses covering Aging: Science and Technology for Longevity, and Healthcare Venture Capital.

Crohn's Exposome Research

Web Design and Development, Stanford Genetics

Exposures Matter
A groundbreaking study investigating the role of human exposome in Crohn’s disease using wearable sensors and multiomics profiling.

Stanford Deep Data Research Computing Center

Web Development for Deep Data
Collaborator:  Kexin Cha

Systematic and intelligent solutions for large-scale biomedical applications