Q&A: Memorial Sloan-Kettering's Christina Leslie on the Impact of Small RNA Transfection on miRNA Silencing | GenomeWeb

Christina Leslie
Assistant professor, computational biology, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

• Research scientist, Columbia University — 2004-2007
• Assistant professor, computer science, Columbia University — 2000-2003
• Postdoc, Columbia University — 1999-2000
• PhD, mathematics, University of California, Berkeley — 1998
• BMath, University of Waterloo, Canada — 1992

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