At A Glance

Name: Todd Lowe

Position: Assistant professor, biomolecular engineering, University of California, Santa Cruz

Background: Postdoc, Stanford University — 1999-2001; PhD, molecular genetics, Washington University, St. Louis — 1999; Teaching assistant, Washington University, St. Louis — 1994; Computer specialist, National Center for Biotechnology Information — 1992-1993; BA, biology, Williams College — 1992

How did you get involved with the field of non-coding RNAs?

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