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      Spotlight On Early-career Researchers: an interview with Verena Ruprecht

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      Communications Biology

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          Verena Ruprecht is a group Leader in the Cell & Developmental Biology program at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona. She studies organismal development using zebrafish as a system, taking an interdisciplinary approach involving cell and molecular biology, imaging and mathematical tools to obtain information on the scale of molecules, cells, and tissues. We have asked Dr. Ruprecht about her research and thoughts about the future of her field as part our series on early-career researchers.

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          Commun Biol
          Commun Biol
          Communications Biology
          Nature Publishing Group UK (London )
          2399-3642
          8 October 2019
          8 October 2019
          2019
          : 2
          Article
          597
          10.1038/s42003-019-0597-x
          6783404
          9914beb0-edc0-4750-a26d-8bcc27592569
          © Springer Nature Limited 2019

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