Every cell can trace its ancestry back through successive divisions to the beginnings of life. We are interested in this pattern of ancestry within an organism: how one cell becomes many in model systems such as mice or in diseases such as cancer.

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Principal Investigators

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Aaron McKenna

Principal Investigator (PI)

Cell Fate and Lineage, Computational Biology, Systems Biology

Researchers

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Maryam Fathi

Researchers

Molecular Biology, CRISPR/Cas9 technologies, Base Editing

Grad Students

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Bassam El Hafi

Rotation

MCB rotation student, An injury-free rotation, Science

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Francesco Emiliani

Grad

Molecular Biology, CRISPR/Cas9 technologies, Base Editing

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Paige Salerno

Rotation

MCB rotation student, An injury-free rotation, Science

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Rachel Saxe

Rotation

PEMM rotation student, An injury-free rotation, Science

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Somer Matar

Rotation

MCB rotation student, An injury-free rotation, Science

Undergrad

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Ian Hsu

Undergrad

Dartmouth Undergrad, CRISPR/Cas9, Science

Alumni

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Asmaa Mohamed

Rotation

MCB rotation student, An injury-free rotation, Science

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Brennan McEwan

Rotation

MCB rotation student, An injury-free rotation, Science

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Ze Zhang

Rotation

QBS rotation student, An injury-free rotation, Science

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