Susan Mango

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Susan E. Mango is an American biologist, the former H.A. and Edna Benning Professor of Oncological Sciences at the University of Utah,[1] and a current professor at Harvard University.[2] She is the director of the Mango Lab.[3][4]

Mango graduated from Harvard University, and from Princeton University with a Ph.D. She was a postdoctoral research fellow in the lab of Judith Kimble at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

She and her team are currently studying the cells of the worm C. elegans to observe how a cell transforms from a pluripotent state into a particular cell type.[5] Her articles have been published in Nature,[6] Science,[7] Cell,[8] and PLoS Biology.[9]



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