Susan E. Mango is an American biologist, and H.A. and Edna Benning Professor of Oncological Sciences at University of Utah, and professor Harvard University. She is the director of the Mango lab.
She and her team study the cells of the worm C. elegans, to observe how a cell transforms from a pluripotent state, into a particular cell type. Her articles have been published in Nature, Science, Cell, and PLoS Biology.
- "How does a worm build a throat?", Harvard Science, Iris Mónica Vargas, October 5, 2009
- "Susan Mango", Faculty of 1000
- "Susan Mango Tracks Organ Development in the Worm", MCB News, Cathryn Delude