In honor of Human Genome Month, I delved into our Cartoon Lab archives to retrieve this example of the excitement that occurred while sequencing the Human Genome Project.
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Technical Writer at Promega Corporation
Sara is a native Wisconsinite who grew up on a fifth-generation dairy farm and decided she wanted to be a scientist at age 12. She was educated at the University of Wisconsin—Parkside, where she earned a B.S. in Biology and a Master’s degree in Molecular Biology before earning her second Master’s degree in Oncology at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. She has worked for Promega Corporation for more than 15 years, first as a Technical Services Scientist, currently as a Technical Writer. Sara enjoys talking about her flock of entertaining chickens and tries not to be too ambitious when planning her spring garden.
Latest posts by Sara Klink (see all)
- All You Need is a Tether: Improving Repair Efficiency for CRISPR-Cas9 Gene Editing - July 12, 2018
- Finding Chinks in the Armor: Cancer’s Need for Metabolites - May 9, 2018
- Genomic Breakthroughs One Letter at a Time - April 9, 2018