|Ann Beyer, PhD -- firstname.lastname@example.org
After receiving her PhD from Vanderbilt University, Ann Beyer did postdoctoral training with Professor Oscar Miller Jr., who developed the Miller chromatin spreading method for visualization of genes in action. The Beyer lab exploits this method to study the most active genes in a growing cell – the genes encoding ribosomal RNA.
|Sarah French -- email@example.com
Sarah’s projects include investigation of the role of DNA topology in transcription, and development of a model for RNA polymerase I movement on rRNA genes based on extensive analysis of polymerase position on these genes.