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Drosophila research experts - RNA Biology

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Fly is the first international peer-reviewed journal to focus on Drosophila research. Having expanded the editorial board to include even more experts in the field of Drosophila from all over the world, Fly is quickly becoming the 'go to' journal for Drosophila research.

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Rachel T. Cox

Rachel T. Cox, PhD is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.A.

She has had her independent research group for the past twelve years where they use Drosophila to identify and characterize genes required to support mitochondrial function during development and normal physiological homeostasis.

After working in Maize and C. elegans laboratories as an undergraduate, she fell in love with Drosophila genetics and developmental biology in graduate school and has never looked back.

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drosophila metabolism and RNA Biology expert Rachel T. Cox

Vicky Meller

Vicky is at the Department of Biological Sciences Wayne State University in Detroit. Hers has been a winding career path, from art to entomology to genetics. Their research interests are in Epigenetics, dosage compensation and the biology of chromosomes.

Vicky spent one summer removing wasps and yellow jacket nests for a small company that sold the insects.

Three Selected Publications

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Howy Jacobs, Professor of Molecular Biology at Tampere University, Finland. Former Chief Editor of EMBO Reports.
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