Professor of Molecular Biology at Princeton University
Zemer Gitai is a Professor of Molecular Biology at Princeton University. He graduated with a bachelor's degree from MIT in 1996. After completing his graduate studies at UCSF in 2002, Dr. Gitai became a postdoc in the lab of Dr. Lucy Shapiro at Stanford University where he pioneered the study of the MreB actin-like cytoskeleton in Caulobacter crescentus. Dr. Gitai joined the faculty of Princeton University as an Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology in 2005. He was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 2012. He is currently the Director of Graduate Studies for the Department of Molecular Biology.
Visit website: https://scholar.princeton.edu/gitailab/home
See also: Princeton University - Ivy League research university in Princeton, New Jersey
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Princeton University - 02-Jun-2020
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