Dr. Manuel Leonetti is a group leader at the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub. Leonetti completed his bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and his master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Life Sciences at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris. He continued his graduate studies in Molecular Neurobiology at The Rockefeller University under the supervision of Dr. Rod MacKinnon. In 2013, he joined Dr. Jonathan Weissman’s group at UCSF, where he developed high-throughput CRISPR methods to illuminate the function of human genes with fluorescent labels. In 2017, Leonetti became group leader at the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, where his team develops multi-disciplinary techniques in order to map the internal architecture of human cells. Visit his lab website, and learn more about Leonetti’s research.
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Talks with this Speaker
Dr. Manuel Leonetti outlines the different genome-wide approaches that scientists are using to build a complete map of the human cellular architecture. (Talk recorded in December 2019)
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