Dreycey Albin stands in front of an open doorway with trees and lawn in the background.
PhD Student • NSF GRFP FELLOW • BIOCHIPS, SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY, PHAGE THERAPY
Computer Science

Dreycey Albin is investigating how to build platforms that allow people to automate wet lab procedures. His research interests are in the areas of lab automation, computational biology and applied mathematics. Dreycey’s work is supported by the NSF through a GRFP grant he obtained in 2018. Prior to joining CU Boulder, Dreycey obtained a MSc degree at Rice University, where he was part of Todd Treangen’s lab, working on computational tools for biodefense. Dreycey has BS degrees in chemistry and biology from the University of Northern Colorado (a McNairs Scholar and an honors student), and underwent a post baccalaureate at University of Washington (Gabriele Varani’s lab). For fun Dreycey likes to spend his time outdoors either running, backpacking/camping or skateboarding.