Cameron Myhrvold is a postdoctoral fellow in the Sabeti Lab. His is interested in understanding the dynamics of viral populations using synthetic approaches and high-throughput sequencing.
In 2016, Cameron completed a Ph.D. in Systems Biology PhD at Harvard University. At Harvard, Cameron was jointly advised by Pamela Silver and Peng Yin. He worked at the interface of synthetic biology and nucleic acid nanotechnology, and organized proteins inside of living cells using programmable scaffolds. He also used synthetic structures for applications such as counting cell divisions. In 2011, Cameron received an A.B. from Princeton University, majoring in molecular biology with a certificate in quantitative and computational biology. At Princeton, Cameron studied the evolution of quorum sensing under Bonnie Bassler. Cameron was awarded a Fannie and John Hertz Foundation Fellowship in 2011 to support his graduate studies.