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Tiffany Oliver

 Department of Biology, Spelman College,  Atlanta, Georgia, USA


 2012 American Society of Cell Biology Visiting Professor Fellowship. Professional Leadership Member, AUC Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Member, Spelman College Research Day Planning Committee Member, American Society of Human Genetics

Research Interest

 I have a long-standing interest in recombination and meiotic nondisjunction. Chromosome nondisjunction (NDJ) is defined as the failure of chromosomes to separate during anaphase resulting in the production of aneuploid gametes. Aneuploidy, either too many or too few chromosomes, is estimated to occur in 10-25% of all human conceptions, the majority of which do not survive to term. Thus, NDJ is the leading cause of pregnancy loss, intellectual disabilities and birth defects. 


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