Cheryl Hayashi

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Cheryl Hayashi
Nationality American
Fields biology
Institutions University of California, Riverside
Alma mater Yale University
Notable awards MacArthur Fellow

Cheryl Hayashi is a biologist at University of California, Riverside[1] who specializes in the genetic structure of spider silk.[2]


A professor at UC Riverside since 2001, she received her Ph.D from Yale University in 1996.

She was a speaker at TED 2010 Conference.[3][4]


She was the recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship Program in 2007.[5]


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