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About Benjamin Carone

Dr. Carone's current research involves investigating the capacity of conserved protein catalytic domains to establish and maintain epigenetic modifications in S. cerivisiae with the ultimate goal of establishing the causal role of histone packaging in regulating gene expression. Another research area involves testing the hypothesis that mammalian spermatic chromatin is highly organized and that this patterning can function to drive Transgenerational Epigenetic Inheritance.

Positions

2016 - Present Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences, Rowan University College of Science & Mathematics
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2014 - 2016 Visiting Assistant Professor, Williams College ‐ Biology
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2009 - 2014 Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts Medical School ‐ Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
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Curriculum Vitae


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Honors and Awards

  • NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein Institutional Training Grant Fellowship, UMass Medical School, 2011-2013

Education

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2004 - 2009 PhD, University of Connecticut ‐ Genetics & Genomics
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2000 - 2004 BS, University of Connecticut ‐ Molecular & Cell Biology
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Recent Works (2)

Research Works (11)