Biography

Marc Wadsworth is a Chemistry PhD candidate in the Shalek Lab. His research interests focus on developing and implementing single-cell technologies to study infectious disease. Currently, Marc is applying these new tools to study the infectious ecosystems of M. Tuberculosis and HIV. He received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. In addition to research, Marc enjoys teaching and is currently a teaching assistant for 5.07, Biological Chemistry I. When not in lab, he enjoys playing the piano, practicing jiu-jitsu, and cooking with his wife.

Reduced cellular diversity and an altered basal progenitor cell state inform epithelial barrier dysfunction in human type 2 immunity
  • Jose Ordovas-Montanes et al.,
  • BioRxiv,
  • 2017
  • Medicine
  • Cell Atlas
  • Immunology
  • José Ordovas-Montañes
  • Sarah Nyquist
  • Marc Wadsworth
  • Travis Hughes
  • Sam Kazer
  • Alex K. Shalek
Seq-Well: portable, low-cost RNA sequencing of single cells at high throughput
  • Gierahn et al.,
  • Nature Methods,
  • 2017
  • Genomics
  • R&D
  • Technology
  • Chemistry
  • Travel
  • Marc Wadsworth
  • Travis Hughes
  • Alex K. Shalek
Dissecting the multicellular ecosystem of metastatic melanoma by single-cell RNA-seq
  • Tirosh et al.,
  • Science,
  • 2016
  • Biology
  • Cancer
  • Genomics
  • Medicine
  • Jay Prakadan
  • Marc Wadsworth
  • Alex Genshaft
  • Travis Hughes
  • Carly Ziegler
  • Sam Kazer
  • Aleth Gaillard
  • Kellie Kolb
  • Alex K. Shalek
Marrying microfluidics and microwells for parallel, high-throughput single-cell genomics
  • Wadsworth II et al.,
  • Genome Biology,
  • 2015
  • Technology
  • Genomics
  • R&D
  • Marc Wadsworth
  • Travis Hughes
  • Alex K. Shalek