AT A GLANCE

Research Scientist, Columbia Genome Center, head of the functional genomics division.

PhD in immunology and microbiology from Columbia University, 1992. Worked in the lab of Elvin Kabat, the scientist who identified gamma globulins as the proteins responsible for antibody activity and discovered the hypervariable regions that form antibody binding sites.

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