¿Quién se casó con Craig Venter?

Claire M. Fraser se casó con Craig Venter .

Barbara Rae-Venter se casó con Craig Venter .

Craig Venter

Craig Venter

John Craig Venter (Salt Lake City, Utah, Estados Unidos; 14 de octubre de 1946) es un biólogo y empresario estadounidense. Fue el presidente fundador de Celera Genomics, haciéndose famoso al arrancar su propio Proyecto Genoma Humano en 1999, al margen del consorcio público, con propósitos comerciales y utilizando la técnica "shotgun sequencing".

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Claire M. Fraser

Claire M. Fraser

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Claire M. Fraser (born 1955) is an American genome scientist and microbiologist who has worked in microbial genomics and genome medicine. Her research has contributed to the understanding of the diversity and evolution of microbial life. Fraser is the director of the Institute for Genome Sciences at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD, where she holds the Dean's Endowed Professorship in the School of Medicine. She has joint faculty appointments at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in the Departments of Medicine and Microbiology/Immunology. In 2019, she began serving a one-year term as President-Elect for the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), which will be followed by a one-year term as AAAS president starting in February 2020 and a one-year term as chair of the Board of Directors in February 2021.

 
 

Craig Venter

Craig Venter
 
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Barbara Rae-Venter

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Barbara Rae-Venter (born July 17, 1948) is a New Zealand-born American genetic genealogist, biologist, and retired patent attorney best known for her work helping police and investigators identify Joseph James DeAngelo as the Golden State Killer. Born in New Zealand, she earned a doctorate at the University of California at San Diego and later completed law school at the University of Texas at Austin. After retirement from her law career, Rae-Venter started researching her family history as a hobby in an attempt to help a family member find his biological family. As part of this work, she was asked to help identify a woman who had been abducted as a child. Her efforts in this case eventually identified Terry Peder Rasmussen as the suspect in the Bear Brook Murders in New Hampshire. In 2019 she was included in the Time 100 list of most influential people and in 2018 was recognized in Nature's 10, a list of "people who mattered" in science by the journal Nature.