August 24, 2020

New Nature Communications Publication

Jack Rose and Nick Popp are first and second authors on a paper in which they collaboratively developed a clever new approach for improving the specificity of CRISPR-based genome editing.  Jack received his Ph.D. in the Department of Chemistry while working with Dr. Dusty Maly, graduated from the MSTP in 2019, and is now a postdoc at Stanford.  Nick is an E15 working with Dr. Doug Fowler in the Department of Genome Sciences.

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