UCSD s Amy Pasquinelli on microRNAs and Where the Field is Heading | GenomeWeb

At A Glance

Name: Amy Pasquinelli

Position: Assistant professor, biology, University of California, San Diego

Background: Postdoc, Harvard Medical School — 1999-2003; PhD, biomolecular chemistry, University of Wisconsin, Madison — 1998; BA, biology, Bucknell University — 1993

Having just completed her post-doctoral work in the lab of Harvard’s Gary Ruvkun, Amy Pasquinelli is currently putting together her own lab, where she and her colleagues plan to conduct research into gene regulation and regulatory RNA.

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