Netherlands Cancer Institute s Roderick Beijersbergen on His RNAi Work | GenomeWeb

At A Glance

Name: Roderick Beijersbergen

Position: Fellow, Netherlands Cancer Institute

Background: Postdoc, Whitehead Institute — 1996-1999; PhD, Netherlands Cancer Institute — 1995; Msc, biomedical sciences, Leiden University — 1992

Since he works so closely with Rene Bernards at the Netherlands Cancer Institute, it is no surprise that Roderick Beijersbergen has included RNA interference in his own research. Recently, he spoke with RNAi News about what he is up to.

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