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Rossano Butcher graduated from the CAS Honors Program at Suffolk University in 2015, with a Bachelors degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. He worked alongside Dr. Lauren Nolf-Clemets, providing evidence of the Island Rule and microevolution in white-footed mice (Peromyscusleucopus) in the harbor islands off of Boston; and was also involved in Dr. Melanie Berkmen’s novel research on fumarase deficiency, utilizing site-directed mutagenesis to make gene mutations. Most recently, Rossano has been involved in abroad volunteer programs as a medical and laboratory assistant, in places such as Vietnam and Peru.
Rossano joined the Ocular Genomics Institute in April of 2017 as research technologist for Dr. Qin Liu.
Raulas joined Gene Editing team in 2022. Raulas obtained his bachelor in genetics in University of Aberdeen, 2015. In 2016 Raulas obtained master’s degree in biomedical sciences: molecular genetics from University of Glasgow. Raulas completed PhD in biology in 2021 – Lithuanian Sports University and Tartu University. Prior to joining Gene editing team, for 2 years Raulas worked as a researcher in RNA Epigenetics lab in Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Neuroscience Institute.