Rich Jorgensen Discusses Co-Suppression, His Work, and the Future | GenomeWeb

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Name: Rich Jorgensen

Position: Associate professor, plant sciences, University of Arizona

Background: Research scientist, University of California, Davis — 1990-1997; Researcher/director of flower color engineering program, DNA Plant Technology — 1983-1990; Postdoc, UC, Davis — 1981-1983; Postdoc, Stanford University — 1978-1981; PhD, biochemistry, University of Wisconsin — 1978; BS, engineering, Northwestern University — 1973

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