Enoch Toh

Undergraduate Student

B.S. Candidate in Computer Science and Molecular & Cellular Biology (double majors), Class of 2026

Enoch is an undergraduate student pursuing a double major in Computer Science and Molecular & Cellular Biology. His previous research experiences include co-leading an International Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) team and working at a Cancer Vaccine and Immunology Laboratory, where he spearheaded polypeptide vaccine development. 

Passionate about both the wet and dry lab, Enoch is interested in how in silico and in vitro methods can be leveraged to devise novel approaches in fields of immunotherapy, synthetic biology, and drug/vaccine delivery. At Mao Lab, his current project focuses on developing computational models to predict the performance of lipid nanoparticle carriers for gene therapy.  Outside of research, Enoch enjoys playing table tennis, trying new foods, and tinkering with 3D prints.