Young Investigator Profile: Christopher Mason

Driven by the Technology

Assistant Professor, Weill Cornell Medical College

Recommended by George Grills, Cornell University

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – There's the epitranscriptome, the microbiome of the New York City subway, the multi-omic study of a pair of identical twins in conjunction with NASA, and more that Christopher Mason is working on.

But a lot of what he is studying has been enabled by the arrival of new technologies.

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