Robert is a first year MD/PhD candidate at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. He previously graduated from MIT with a bachelor’s degree in biology and spent a year post-graduation performing research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. His current research interests are epigenetics and cancer biology.
Articles by Williams
While overexpressing a gene of interest can provide a look into its role in a cell, sometimes it is necessary to control the expression of a gene. You may want to dictate the timing of the protein’s expression or lower its expression level to adequately understand its function. This is particularly relevant when studying genes that…