Q&A: Weizmann Institute's Eytan Domany Discusses a New Tool for microRNA Analysis | GenomeWeb

Name:
Eytan Domany

Position:
Professor, physics of complex systems, Weizmann Institute of Science

Background:
• Chairman, council of professors, Weizmann Institute of Science — 1999-2001
• Head, department of physics of complex systems, Weizmann Institute of Science — 1993-1999
• Visiting professor, Oxford University — 1990-1991
• Visiting scholar, Stanford University — 1983-1984
• PhD, theoretical physics, Cornell University — 1977

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