If a technique ends in “-seq” I’ve probably either done it, analyzed data from it, or at least read about it. I grew up in Shawnee, Oklahoma before attending the University of Oklahoma in Norman. It was there that I first came into contact with DNA sequencing in the lab of Bruce Roe. After working in his lab for several years as an undergraduate I became one of his graduate students and obtained my PhD in 2009. I’ve seen sequencing technologies progress from slab-gels to capillaries to 454 and Illumina. After joining the Gaffney lab here at OMRF as a post-doc in 2009 I helped build up the Genomics Core before becoming its head in 2013.
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