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ESP Biography



ANDREW SAVINOV, ESP Teacher




Major: Biophysics Program

College/Employer: Stanford

Year of Graduation: 2018

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Past Classes

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B5648: Biophysics: How Life Works, From Molecules to Cells in Splash Spring 2017 (Apr. 22 - 23, 2017)
Biologists study living systems that function through a vast variety of complex mechanisms. Physicists search for fundamental, mathematical laws of nature that drive physical phenomena. Biophysicists combine these two approaches, seeking to understand life in a physical way. In this class, you will learn about cutting-edge research in this exciting field from two Stanford Biophysics graduate students. Topics covered will range from the structure and dynamics of biological molecules to the surprisingly clever behavior of cells.


B5649: Molecular Biophysics: How Life Works at the Smallest Scale in Splash Spring 2017 (Apr. 22 - 23, 2017)
At the smallest scale, life is made possible by very special molecules, including DNA, RNA, and proteins. Yet though they are special, these molecules follow the same physical rules as the rest of the universe. Molecular biophysics is the study of how these molecules of life physically work. In this class we will explore selected topics in molecular biophysics, looking at different examples of how biological molecules function and what experiments we can do to uncover these molecules’ mysteries.


B4843: What is Biophysics? in Splash Spring 2016 (Apr. 09 - 10, 2016)
Biologists study living systems that function through a vast variety of complex mechanisms. Physicists search for fundamental, mathematical laws of nature that drive physical phenomena. Learn how Stanford biophysicists are using physical tools to understand the complexity of life. Topics ranging from the atomic-level description of biological molecules to the surprisingly clever behavior of cells will be discussed. Selected topics in biophysics will be presented by Stanford graduate students.


B4293: What is Biophysics? in Splash Spring 2015 (Apr. 11 - 12, 2015)
Biologists study living systems that function through a vast variety of complex mechanisms. Physicists search for fundamental, mathematical laws of nature that drive physical phenomena. Learn how Stanford biophysicists are using physical tools to understand the complexity of life. Topics ranging from the atomic-level description of biological molecules to the surprisingly clever behavior of cells will be discussed. Selected topics in biophysics will be presented by Stanford graduate students.


B4301: Molecular Biophysics: How Life Works at the Smallest Scale in Splash Spring 2015 (Apr. 11 - 12, 2015)
At the smallest scale, life is made possible by very special molecules, including DNA, RNA, and proteins. Yet though they are special, these molecules follow the same physical rules as the rest of the universe. Molecular biophysics is the study of how these molecules of life physically work. In this class we will explore selected topics in molecular biophysics, looking at different examples of how biological molecules function and what experiments we can do to uncover these molecules’ mysteries.


B4016: Molecular Biophysics: How Life Works at the Smallest Scale in Splash Fall 2014 (Nov. 08 - 09, 2014)
At the smallest scale, life is made possible by very special molecules, including DNA, RNA, and proteins. Yet though they are special, these molecules follow the same physical rules as the rest of the universe. Molecular biophysics is the study of how these molecules of life physically work. In this class we will explore selected topics in molecular biophysics, looking at different examples of how biological molecules function and what experiments we can do to uncover these molecules’ mysteries.


B3670: Molecular Biophysics: How Life Works at the Smallest Scale in Splash! Spring 2014 (Apr. 12 - 13, 2014)
At the smallest scale, life is made possible by very special molecules, including DNA, RNA, and proteins. Yet though they are special, these molecules follow the same physical rules as the rest of the universe. Molecular biophysics is the study of how these molecules of life physically work. In this class we will explore selected topics in molecular biophysics, looking at different examples of how biological molecules function and what experiments we can do to uncover these molecules’ mysteries.


B2836: Molecular Biophysics: How Life Works at the Smallest Scale in Splash! Spring 2013 (Apr. 13 - 14, 2013)
At the smallest scale, life is made possible by very special molecules, including DNA, RNA, and proteins. Yet though they are special, these molecules follow the same physical rules as the rest of the universe. Molecular biophysics is the study of how these molecules of life physically work. In this class we will explore selected topics in molecular biophysics, looking at different examples of how biological molecules function and what experiments we can do to uncover these molecules’ mysteries.