Prof. Schraga Schwartz

Professor, Weizmann Institute of Science

Schraga Schwartz is a professor at the Weizmann Institute, where his group focuses on dissecting the functions of RNA modifications. He earned his PhD at Tel Aviv University with a primary focus on RNA splicing. Subsequently, he embarked on a post-doctoral journey at the Broad Institute under the guidance of professors Aviv Regev and Eric Lander, where he focused his research on mRNA modifications.

His ERC-funded group at the Weizmann Institute has established diverse genomic approaches for mapping RNA modifications in a quantitative and transcriptome-wide manner, and used such approaches towards interrogating the biogenesis, dynamics, functions, mechanisms of action and disease involvement of diverse RNA modifications.

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