M1-B853 (Arnold); A3-207 (Weintraub)
We study the role of RNA processing in human disease, with a particular focus on RNA splicing and surveillance. Our long-term goal is to identify areas of pre-clinical relevance where progress is slowed due to unknown underlying biology.
Please see our webpage for more information about our research.
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Institute for Systems Biology (ISB)| Center for Infectious Disease Research