Murad Mamedov

Position: (Post-Doctoral Fellow)

Email: Murad.Mamedov [at]

I am from Azerbaijan and Massachusetts. After completing my degree in Biology at Georgetown University, I went on to do my Ph.D. in immunology at Stanford University. In the laboratory of Mark Davis, I studied the role of gamma-delta T cells during malaria. Using single-cell TCR sequencing and gene expression analysis, I uncovered a novel subset of gamma-delta T cells that produce large amounts of M-CSF, which protects against malaria. I joined the Marson Lab in May of 2018 to study T cell transcriptional regulation and TCR biology. Outside of the lab, I look at photographs and make photographs.

Polymer-stabilized Cas9 nanoparticles and modified repair templates increase genome editing efficiency.
Nguyen DN, Roth TL, Li PJ, Chen PA, Apathy R, Mamedov MR, Vo LT, Tobin VR, Goodman D, Shifrut E, Bluestone JA, Puck JM, Szoka FC, Marson A. Nat Biotechnol. 2019 Dec 9.