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Levine joins EMBO as one of nine associate members currently working in the United States and Japan.
The work of the Levine Lab focuses on transcriptional regulation in Drosophila melanogaster and Ciona intestinalis.
Levine will be welcomed at the EMBO Members’ Meeting in Heidelberg, Germany, between Oct. 18-20.