Gerard Manning Discusses the Complete Set of Human Kinases | GenomeWeb

At A Glance

Name: Gerard Manning

Age: 36

Position: Associate group leader, Sugen (subsidiary of Pharmacia), South San Francisco

Background: PhD in Biochemistry from Stanford, in lab of Drosophila researcher Mark Krasnow, 1997

Worked at Molecular Applications Group, Palo Alto, Calif., on bioinformatics for classification of bacterial genomes and expression analysis software (1997-1999)

Joined Sugen in late 1999, working on the role of signal transduction genes in disease

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