Wisconsin Researchers Use Proteomics to Hunt Biomarkers Tied to Radiation Damage | GenomeWeb
Name: Mukut Sharma
 
Position: Associate Professor, department of medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2006 to present
 
Background: Senior research associate, department of medicine, Kansas University Medical Center, 1990 to 1994; director R&D and market planning, Ira Lab Private, Baroda, India, 1987 to 1990; postdoctoral, neurobiology, Ohio State University, University of California, Los Angeles, 1980 to 1981; MSc, PhD, biochemistry, University of Jodhpur, India, 1971 to 1979

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