Melissa Moore received her PhD in biological chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She became interested in understanding RNA splicing during a post-doc with Phillip Sharp, also at MIT. Since then, Moore has spent much of her career working on the spliceosome and other mysteries of RNA processing. Currently, Moore is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, a Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, and co-director of the RNA Therapeutics Institute at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
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Melissa Moore talks about RNA processing to remove non-coding sequences, alternative splicing to produce more than one protein from a single gene, and the spliceosome. (Talk recorded in July 2011)