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Featured Scientist: Ben Jussila (NemaMetrix)

Ben Jussila graduated from the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities/Minneapolis) with a major in Genetics, Cell Biology & Development. Ben is currently an R&D Scientist at NemaMetrix, where he brings eight years of experience.  Ben’s work at NemaMetrix has been focused largely on developing zebrafish models of human diseases to functionally test patient variants for …

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Featured Scientist: Adrian Wolstenholme (University of Georgia)

Dr. Adrian Wolstenholme graduated from the University of London with a BSc in Biochemistry and has since spent almost 43 years working in the lab. The first 12 of those years of these were spent studying viruses, before he started the transition into parasitology 30 years ago when he obtained his faculty position at the …

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Featured Scientist: Anne Hart (Brown University)

Anne Hart’s research focuses on fundamental problems in neuroscience using tools available in the nematode C. elegans. She received her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from UCLA, where she trained with Dr. Larry Zipursky working on bride of sevenless in the Drosophila eye. For her postdoctoral work, Dr. Hart moved to Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General …

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Featured Scientist: Shawn Lockery (University of Oregon, NemaMetrix)

    My academic research at the University of Oregon concerns the neuronal basis of behavior in one of the smallest brains known to science, that of the nematode C. elegans. This work was founded on developing methodology for recording the tiny electrical signals from individual C. elegans neurons (Figure 1). My contributions to our …

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