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It's not often that leading PIs in genomics can trace their current area of focus all the way back to the days before the term was even coined, but such is the case for Ross Hardison. Currently the T. Ming Chu Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Pennsylvania State University, Ross and his lab take a comparative genomics approach to predict gene regulatory modules, test them for function in the laboratory, and work to pull all this together into a more thorough understanding of global regulation of erythroid genes.

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