Newly-minted Nobel laureate Carol Greider gave a lecture entitled “Telomerase and the Consequences of Telomere Dysfunction" at NHRGI last week and the video is now up at the NIH website. Greider’s talk begins about 14 minutes into the video, following introductions from Eric Green and Kathy Hudson. Greider then discusses how her research on telomeres got going, as well as some of her recent work.

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