Claudia Kutter

Claudia Kutter received her PhD from the University of Basel - Friedrich Miescher Institute, Switzerland where she worked on small RNA-mediated regulation of stem cell differentiation. As a postdoctoral researcher Claudia then joined Cancer Research UK and the University of Cambridge (Cambridge, UK) to study the evolution and function of noncoding RNAs. With the SciLifeLab and Wallenberg fellowship, Claudia became a group leader at the Karolinska Institute (Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology) in 2016. She is now leading her independent research group at the SciLifeLab in Stockholm dedicated to explain human diseases through system-wide approaches. 

 

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