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  • Title: Assistant Professor of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Core Member, Broad Institute
  • Education: PhD, Tel Aviv University, 2002
  • Recommended by: Jill Mesirov

Aviv Regev’s longstanding interest in how evolution has affected molecular networks began more than 10 years ago, while still in pursuit of her master’s degree of science at Tel Aviv University. During her PhD research, she developed a new language to represent biomolecular processes — and today continues to delve into how these processes came to be.

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