Guy Aidelberg


Phd Candidate, CRI Paris (Paris, France)

Guy grew up in the Bay area and Tel-Aviv. A lifelong traveler learner and explorer. After completing a triple major bachelor’s degree in Physics, General Humanities (clusters in psychology, philosophy and social justice) and Biology at Tel-Aviv University, He went on to do an interdisciplinary Quantitative/Systems Biology master’s degree at the Weizmann Institute of Science.

Next was trying to open the first biology accelerator/biohackerspace in Israel, to allow impactful Biological research, development and learning to be done not in an academic or corporate setting – Bio-TLV. This led him to his current project/PhD, Developing an open, affordable, reliable, easy to use, rapid, and robust kit for Gene detection by non-scientists at the CRI-Paris.