Natalie Telis is a fourth year undergraduate double majoring in Cell Biology / Mathematics at UC Davis. She started her career as a scientist with the accidental invention of unpoppable bubbles at the age of ten. Since then her interests have matured somewhat and she joined the Korf Lab in April 2011. She is a joint student with Dr. Simon Chan (Plant Biology) currently working on a project developing bioinformatics methods to investigate levels of centromere repeat structure. Her hobbies outside of work include being confused for a grad student, feeding people, and cats. She still enjoys blowing bubbles.
Mar 23, 2011: A Nature news article about genome assembly, with an interview of Ian Korf.
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