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Enoch Antwi, a Postdoctoral Fellow at Wu’s Lab, is dedicated to advancing anti-cancer immunity through state-of-the-art cellular and molecular engineering. His expertise spans Bioinformatics, synthetic and systems biology, optogenetics, molecular and cellular engineering, and cancer biology, fostering a multidisciplinary approach to his research.
Previously, Enoch served as a post-doctoral researcher at the Center for Integrative Biological Signaling Studies (CIBSS) at Freiburg University, Germany.
He earned his PhD in Biosciences in 2021 and Master’s degree in Molecular Biosciences (System Biology) in 2016 from Heidelberg University, Germany. He was honored with the Young Investigator Award in Synthetic Biology in 2018. His academic journey began with a Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from the University of Ghana.
In his leisure time, Enoch enjoys engaging discussions, jogging, and playing tennis, embracing a diverse range of experiences and interests.

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