Samantha Morris has received a pilot grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Congratulations to Dr. Samantha Morris!
Samantha A. Morris, PhD, an Assistant Professor of Developmental Biology and Genetics, has received one year of support to conduct single-cell RNA sequencing with a focus on cells in the small intestine. Work in her lab will map out the relationships between and plumb the biological depths of every one of the millions of individual cells that make up this organ.
"The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative was established by Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, MD, with the goal of eliminating disease. Part of the effort is aimed at accelerating basic science research as a foundation for developing new ways to fight disease."
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