A zine about Jennifer Doudna, with news, pictures, and articles. "In 2001," she wrote in a blog, "I was lucky enough to reach a close friends and family in Silicon Valley. We were in the middle of a research project at the Department of Cancer Sciences when our daughter suddenly had an idea to build a prototype for a personalized human cancer treatment. She wanted something that could truly mimic the characteristics of...
- Born: Jennifer Anne Doudna (1964-02-19) February 19, 1964 (age 56) Washington, D.C., U.S.
- Education: Pomona College (BA) Harvard University (PhD)
- Known for: First X-ray based structure of catalytic RNA, RNA interference, CRISPR
- Spouse(s): Jamie Cate
- Awards: Alan T. Waterman Award (2000), Jacob Heskel Gabbay Award (2014), Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences (2015), Princess of Asturias Award (2015), Tang Prize in Biopharmaceutical Science (2016), Japan Prize (2017), Kavli Prize in Nanoscience (2018), Wolf Prize in Medicine (2020), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2020), See full list of awards and honors
- Fields: Biochemistry CRISPR-Cas RNA biology Gene editing
- Institutions: University of Colorado Boulder Yale University University of California, Berkeley Gladstone Institutes University of California, San Francisco Board of Directors, Johnson & Johnson
- Thesis: Towards the design of an RNA replicase (1989)
- Doctoral advisor: Jack Szostak
- Website: rna.berkeley.edu, hhmi.org/scientists/jennifer-doudna
Jennifer Doudna Pictures
- 2020 Breakthrough Prize - Red Carpet
- 2019 Breakthrough Prize - Inside
- 2019 Breakthrough Prize - Red Carpet
- WIRED Business Conference Presented By Visa at Spring Stu...