Ahna Skop on How to Get the Hang of Proteomics as a Cell Biologist | GenomeWeb

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Name: Ahna Skop

Position: Assistant professor of Genetics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, since 2004

Published a paper in July 2 issue of Science: Dissection of the mammalian midbody proteome reveals conserved cytokinesis mechanisms.

Background: Postdoctoral Research: University of California Berkeley, 2000-2004

Ph.D. in Cell and Molecular Biology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000

BA in Biology and Ceramics, Syracuse University, 1994

 

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