Patricia Clow, Ph.D.

Visiting Scientist

Developing techniques for imaging genome dynamics.

Cell and molecular biologist who defined role of non-muscle myosin in cell movement with time-lapse 3D deconvolution fluorescence microscopy. Established and directed core microscopy and FACS facilities, and produced manufacturing cell lines in biopharmaceutical R&D for protein and antibody therapeutics. Currently applying imaging and cell line development background to image the dynamics of genomic loci.

Education and experience

Education:

Washington University in St Louis
Ph.D., Molecular Cell Biology and Biochemistry

The College of William and Mary
B.S., Biology High Honors

Experience:

Middlesex Community College
Adjunct Professor

Simpson Healthcare Executives
Associate Medical Director

CuraGen Corporation
Senior Bioprocess Scientist

Genzyme Corporation
Staff Scientist