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Speaking fluent Minnesotan, Professor Peter Dedon began his scientific career with a BA degree in chemistry from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. He went on to earn MD and PhD degrees in pharmacology at the University of Rochester in 1987 and pursued postdoctoral research in chromatin biology at the University of Rochester and the chemical biology of DNA-cleaving anticancer drugs at Harvard Medical School. In 1991, Dedon joined the MIT faculty and helped create the Department of Biological Engineering in 1998. As an Underwood Prescott Professor in Biological Engineering, he is currently a PI in the SMART Infectious Disease group and a member of the MIT Center for Environmental Health Sciences, where he pursues research in infectious disease and inflammation.
chemical etiology of human disease, chemical biology of RNA and DNA modifications in microbial pathogenesis and human cancer biology.
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