Trained in RNA biology and art, passionate about science visualizations.

I consult and teach life science figure design. See:  helenajambor.weebly.com and get in touch


Scientists at EMBL Heidelberg and the Max-Planck in Dresden working on genome-scale analysis of subcellular RNA distributions. I found that 20% of RNAs go to highly specific locations in the cytoplasm and in the nucleus, and that this is important for cellular organization. In flies, this actually determines if a mother can have any babies! I also looked in detail at small molecular motifs that control this subcellular organization of RNAs. My postdoc work can be found here: Dresden Ovary Table.

My publications are here:  ORCID account.


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