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October
2018
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Sabrina L. Spencer, PhD

4:00 PM — 6:00 PM

University of Colorado-Boulder

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Assistant Professor
Boettcher Investigator
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Colorado-Boulder

 

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Dr. Sabrina L. Spencer earned her PhD in Computational and Systems Biology from MIT.  During her PhD, she worked in Peter Sorger’s lab on non-genetic origins of cell-to-cell variability in apoptosis.  She then pursued postdoctoral studies in Tobias Meyer’s lab at Stanford University where she explored the molecular basis of the restriction point using live-cell microscopy.  In August 2014, Sabrina became an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado – Boulder.  In 2016, Sabrina was named a Searle Scholar, a Kimmel Scholar, a Beckman Young Investigator, and a Boettcher Early Career Investigator.

 

 

To learn more about Dr. Sabrina L. Spencer’s research, visit Google Scholar – Sabrina L. Spencer, PhD. 

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