Angela Nicholson

 

Degrees

B.S. - Biochemistry, Biola University, La Mirada, CA

Summary

I joined the Pasquinelli lab in Spring 2016. I'm interested in studying how polyA tails of messenger RNAs contribute to gene regulation, as well as deadenylation of mRNAs as mediated by microRNAs. Outside of the lab I enjoy bike riding, yoga, puppies and motorcycling.

Awards

NSF-GRFP Fellow (2017-2020)

Publications

Azoubel Lima S, Chipman LB, Nicholson AL, Chen YH, Yee BA, Yeo GW, Coller J & Pasquinelli, AE. (2017). Short polyA tails are a conserved feature of highly expressed genes. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology [Link]