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Dixon Lab

Dixon Lab - Personnel


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Jesse Dixon MD, PhDPrinciple Investigatorjedixon [ at ] salk [dot] edu Jesse attended Princeton University for his undergraduate where he obtained a degree in Molecular Biology. He then completed his MD and PhD at the University of California San Diego. His PhD was in Biomedical Sciences, where he worked in the lab of Bing Ren studying genome wide principles of higher-order chromatin structure. He is currently Helmsley Salk Fellow at the Salk Institute for Biological Sciences.

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DongSung Lee, PhDResearch Associatedslee [ at ] salk [dot] eduAfter obtaining his undergraduate degree in Bioscience/Genetic Engineering from Korea University, Dong-Sung Lee obtained his PhD in Medical Science from Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea, working under the supervision of Jeong-Sun Seo. His interest lie in finding a core mechanism that explains how the genes are regulated through different associated sequences in promoter and distal regulatory regions in various situations with learning long-range, three-dimensional regulatory interactions.

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Victoria LeResearch Assistantvle [ at ] salk [dot] eduVicky received her undergraduate degree (Biology) from UC San Diego. Prior to joining the lab, she was briefly a playwright and filmmaker. She joined the lab in 2015, and is interested in optimizing sequencing and gene editing techniques.

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