At Big Think there's a series of interviews with Harvard assistant professor Pardis Sabeti (who is basking in GTO's Young Investigator Spotlight today). Not only does she discuss the future of genomics -- she says the technology is moving so fast that everyone will have their genomes sequenced in five to 10 years -- but also her own experiences. Sabeti says she began as a terrible scientist, always leaving the science fair project to the last minute, but became seasoned in David Bartel's lab at MIT and now is focusing on malaria in her own lab.
A Long Way from Terrible
Jul 02, 2008