Margit Pacher-Zavisin : NIDDK

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Margit Pacher-Zavisin

Dr. Margit Pacher-Zavisin joined the lab in January 2005, and she will be working here for 10 months. She studied in Vienna, Austria and received her PhD degree in molecular biology. Her research goals include generating a mouse that expresses the cre-recombinase specifically in the stroma of the mammary epithelium. Also she is researching the effects of Socs3 on mammary gland involution.

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