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Gil Carraco, CBMR researcher, won a Fulbright Grant for research with the PhD project “Regulating the pace of the Embryo Clock: RNA molecules in temporal control of vertebrate development”.

The main goal of the project is to perform direct mutagenesis using CRISP-Cas technology in zebrafish. The researcher seeks, during the nine-month research period at Harvard University, refine the embryonic clock model intra and inter-species.
The Portuguese researcher will work directly with Professor Alexander Schier, at the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology (Harvard University).

For more information: http://cbmr.ualg.pt/research/stemcelldevelop/temporal-control-laboratory/

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