Prior to joining JCVI in 2002, Dr Levy worked at Celera Genomics and was involved in developing computational tools for gene discovery and functional annotation in the Drosophila and the first human genome sequences. Dr. Levy received a B.Sc. in Molecular Biophysics at the University of Leeds, UK, and his Ph.D. in cell and computational biology at the University of Bristol, UK. He also received a two-year NATO/SERC postdoctoral fellowship studying structural and biochemical changes in plant cell walls at the Ecole Normale Superieure, France.
Yu-Hui Rogers, Vice President of Core Technology Development and Services
A recognized leader in the field of designing and deploying large-scale
DNA sequencing projects and pipelines, Rogers has been instrumental in
developing and growing the high-throughput DNA sequencing facility at the
JCVI. This team has led the sequencing of more than 3,000 viral, 450
prokaryotic, and 50 eukaryotic genomes including the samples from the
JCVI's Global Ocean Sampling Expedition, the first complete diploid genome,
and many other key genomes for researchers worldwide. In her expande
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