Radcliffe Fellow

During Jeff’s sabbatical in 2016-17, he will be a Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, working on a project to study eukaryotic mRNA synthesis and matuaration mechanisms using single-molecule fluorescence methods.  In addition to this new project he will also be spending time each week at Brandeis working with students and other scientists on the lab’s ongoing projects including those supported by NIH and the Mathers Foundation.  (The lab will be accepting Ph.D. students for rotation projects during 2016-17.)