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