Jon Jarvik on Location Proteomics and How to Tag a Gene with Green | GenomeWeb

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Name: Jonathan Jarvik

Age: 58

Position: Professor of biological sciences, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pa., since 1978.

Chief Scientific Officer, Sequel Genetics, Pittsburgh, Pa., since its founding in 1999.

Background: Post-doc in cell biology, Yale University, 1975-8.

PhD in microbiology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1975.

BA in history, Columbia University, 1967.


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