Natalie Farny

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I am excited to be the head Teaching Fellow for the Harvard iGEM team this year! I am a 5th year graduate student in Pam Silver's lab, studying the ways in which the various aspects of mRNA metabolism - transcription, nuclear processing, export, proofreading, translation and decay - are coupled to one another and affect the ultimate expression of genes. When I am not teaching or in the lab, I am generally outside hiking, kayaking, running, gardening or cross-country skiing (or even, very rarely, fly fishing).
I am excited to be the head Teaching Fellow for the Harvard iGEM team this year! I am a 5th year graduate student in Pam Silver's lab, studying the ways in which the various aspects of mRNA metabolism - transcription, nuclear processing, export, proofreading, translation and decay - are coupled to one another and affect the ultimate expression of genes. When I am not teaching or in the lab, I am generally outside hiking, kayaking, running, gardening or cross-country skiing (or even, very rarely, fly fishing).
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I am excited to be the head Teaching Fellow for the Harvard iGEM team this year! I am a 5th year graduate student in Pam Silver's lab, studying the ways in which the various aspects of mRNA metabolism - transcription, nuclear processing, export, proofreading, translation and decay - are coupled to one another and affect the ultimate expression of genes. When I am not teaching or in the lab, I am generally outside hiking, kayaking, running, gardening or cross-country skiing (or even, very rarely, fly fishing).

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