Alice Ting is a Professor of Genetics, Biology, and by courtesy, Chemistry at Stanford University. Before joining Stanford in 2016, Alice was a Professor of Chemistry at MIT. Alice received her training at Harvard University (working with EJ Corey), UC Berkeley (PhD with Peter Schultz) and USCD (postdoctoral training with Roger Tsien). Alice’s work lies at the interface of chemistry and biology and the molecular technologies she has developed, including enzyme-catalyzed proximity labeling, have been widely adopted in cell biology and neuroscience to probe organelle proteomes and protein interaction networks. She has received the NIH Pioneer Award, the Arthur Cope Scholar Award, and the McKnight Technological Innovations in Neuroscience Award among other prizes. Alice has been a Chan Zuckerberg Biohub investigator since 2017.