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Felicia Ebot-Ojong

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Doctoral Candidate

Eukaryotic development is a complex process that involves accurate control of gene expression networks. This process relies on chromatin, a nucleoprotein complex that can be physically remodeled by the addition or removal of epigenetic modifications either on DNA itself or the histone proteins that makeup the nucleosome. The objective of my research is to understand the mechanisms that control assembly and maintenance of facultative heterochromatin by PRC2 in the model fungi, Neurospora crassa

Education:

B.S. Biology (2019) - The University of Georgia (GO DAWGS!!!)

Labs (please indicate whose lab you are a member of):
Grants:

Genetics NIH Training Grant

Of note:

NSF GRFP: 2021

 

 

 

Articles Featuring Felicia Ebot-Ojong
Thursday, September 16, 2021 - 1:14pm

Genetics doctoral students Felicia Ebot-Ojong and Meghan Brady received the prestigious awards from the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program, (GRFP), which recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported…

Dissertation Chair

Professor of Microbiology

Committee Members

Professor
Associate Professor
Professor of Microbiology

External Committee

Patricia Moore
Chang Hyun Khang

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