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SEMINAR: "High resolution analysis of quantitative traits, adaptive evolution and mRNA stability using budding yeast"

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David Gresham is a Professor at the Center for Genomics and Systems Biology (CGSB) at New York University. Prior to starting his lab at NYU in 2009, David was a post-doctoral fellow at Princeton University working with David Botstein on genome-scale analysis of copy number and nucleotide variation and the regulation of cell growth and quiescence. David completed a PhD in 2001 at Edith Cowan University with Luba Kalaydjieva in human genetics. His thesis research entailed identifying NDRG1 as the underlying cause of a recessive peripheral neuropathy and population genetic studies of European Romani populations. From 2001 to 2004, David worked as an Editor at Nature Genetics. The Gresham lab at NYU aims to understand how cells respond to the environment over the short term, through regulation of mRNA stability, and over the long term, through adaptive evolution. David serves as Director of Bioinformatics at NYU CGSB.
Speaker(s) Professor David Gresham
Location Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, McCusker Auditorium, Ground Floor, 6 Verdun Street Nedlands WA 6009
Contact Fiona Mackenzie <[email protected]> : 61510700
URL https://www.perkins.org.au
Start Thu, 02 Mar 2017 12:00
End Thu, 02 Mar 2017 13:00
Submitted by Fiona Mackenzie <[email protected]>
Last Updated Mon, 27 Feb 2017 14:57
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