IGI Welcomes New Graduate Students 

The IGI Lab is excited to welcome MCB graduate students Emily Lingeman and Alan Wang to the lab. 

Emily will work on post-translational regulation of proteins involved in chemotherapeutic resistance. Alan will work on a new method to detect transient chromosomal interactions and its application to noncoding RNAs.

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