Arsalan Daudi leads strategic development and operations efforts at Bio-protocol, a Silicon Valley startup that develops resources to improve experimental reproducibility in the life sciences.
He has a background in molecular biology and host-microbe interactions, researching XA21-mediated immunity at UC-Davis, reactive oxygen species signaling at Royal Holloway, University of London and phospho proteomics at RIKEN, Japan.
Arsalan has published multiple peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters.
He is skilled with patent applications and grant proposals written to leading agencies such as the NIH and NSF.
He enjoys writing for Bitesize Bio and Biocompare and is a subject area specialist editor at the American Journal Experts. He also serves as a steering committee member for Future of Research, a grassroots initiative dedicated to improving the scientific enterprise and advocating for early career scientists.
He earned his PhD from the University of East Anglia in plant molecular biology and crop protection, based at Rothamsted Research and Monsanto.
In his spare time, Arsalan is a wildlife photographer, gardener, and cricket enthusiast.