Hometown: El Paso, TX
B.S., Chemistry, California Institute of Technology
Luis is a joint student between the Muir and Yang labs in the Princeton Chemistry department. He aims to combine the chemical biology and biophysical tools developed in these two groups to investigate the real-time conformational dynamics of chromatin/protein interactions at a single-molecule level. However, currently he is coming to terms with the fact that being a joint student means double the meetings, without double the pay.