Jordi Guiu did his PhD in Anna Bigas laboratory (IMIM and Pompeu Fabra University-Barcelona) were he focused on the genetic circuitry that controls the establishment of hematopoietic stem cells during development. Then he joined Kim B. Jensen lab (Copenhagen University) as a postdoc, were he obtained a Marie Curie fellowship. His current research is focused on the specification of intestinal stem cells during development using fate mapping technologies, state of the art imaging, biophysical modeling and a plethora of sequencing techniques. The first part of this work has been recently published in Nature (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-1212-5).
University of Copenhagen