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Associate Professor of Biology
James has been awarded several National Science Foundation grants to support his research in the field of genetics. He studies the role of certain genes in controlling DNA replication, particularly a gene called nimO. The study of this process is vital because of its relevance to cancer and other diseases.
Expertise: Biochemistry and molecular biology