Why study that, Ray Blind?

I’m excited by our second installment of our “Why study that?” series! Today, you’ll hear from Dr. Ray Blind, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology. His lab uses structural biology to understand nuclear lipid signaling and phospholipid-controlled gene expression. You’ll enjoy his story that showcases the importance of outside perspectives on your journey.
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Why study that, Jim Patton?

What is better than hearing why a scientist is studying what she or he is studying? To me, this personal aspect of science is my favorite. Because our faculty are indeed people, I am adding a new feature to my blog where I ask a faculty member each month: “Why?”. I ask them to describe their work in the context of their interests. We’ll start with our IGP director, Jim Patton. What does he find most interesting about his work?
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