Sanjay Srivatsan

Postdoctoral fellow
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I’m an MD/PhD student at the University of Washington. My postdoctoral research is joint between the Trapnell and Shendure labs.

My prior education includes a bachelor’s degree in Bioengineering with an emphasis in Stem Cell Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Before matriculating at University of Washington, I worked as a crystallographer in Peter Kwong’s lab at the National Institutes of Health. There, I focused primarily on the development of structure-based vaccine for HIV-1, and trained in the techniques of protein biochemistry and X-Ray crystallography.

In my free time I like turtles, sipping coffee and climbing rocks.


Multiplex single-cell chemical genomics reveals the kinase dependence of the response to targeted therapy

High-Capacity sample multiplexing for single cell chromatin accessibility profiling

Pulmonary osteoclast-like cells in silica induced pulmonary fibrosis

Optimized single-nucleus transcriptional profiling by combinatorial indexing

Deep molecular, cellular and temporal phenotyping of developmental perturbations at whole organism scale

Proteostasis governs differential temperature sensitivity across embryonic cell types

Single cell, whole embryo phenotyping of pleiotropic disorders of mammalian development

Single-cell analysis of chromatin and expression reveals age- and sex-associated alterations in the human heart

Nuclear oligo hashing improves differential analysis of single-cell RNA-seq

Systematic reconstruction of cellular trajectories across mouse embryogenesis

Single-cell landscape of nuclear configuration and gene expression during stem cell differentiation and X inactivation

Multipotent progenitors and hematopoietic stem cells arise independently from hemogenic endothelium in the mouse embryo

Embryo-scale, single-cell spatial transcriptomics

Transcriptomic profiling of tissue environments critical for post-embryonic patterning and morphogenesis of zebrafish skin

High‐throughput, microscope‐based sorting to dissect cellular heterogeneity

Massively multiplex chemical transcriptomics at single cell resolution

Aligning Single-Cell Developmental and Reprogramming Trajectories Identifies Molecular Determinants of Myogenic Reprogramming Outcome

Cicero predicts cis-regulatory DNA interactions from single-cell chromatin accessibility data