Paul Lasko
McGill University
Department of Biology

Paul Lasko received a Ph.D. in Biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he carried out a genetic saturation of the chromosomal region surrounding the Drosophila vestigial gene in the laboratory of Mary Lou Pardue. He then moved to the laboratory of Michael Ashburner, in the Department of Genetics at Cambridge University, where he cloned and did an initial characterization of vasa. Paul Lasko joined the Biology Department at McGill University in April 1990, was promoted to Associate Professor in 1996 and to Full Professor in 1999. He has served as Biology Department Chair since June 2000, and is a founding member of the DBRI. Dr Lasko was a Research Scientist of the National Cancer Institute of Canada from 1992-98, won the Young Scientist Award of the Genetics Society of Canada in 1998 and its Award of Excellence in 2004, and is a contributor to the Faculty of 1000.
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