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Zachary Mullaney

Zachary Mullaney is a lab technician with the CRISPR Genome Engineering & Stem Cell Technologies team of the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center. In this role, he performs day-to-day activities related to complex molecular laboratory procedures involving human postmortem and antemortem biospecimens in support of research aimed at identification of druggable targets among genes and protein using human cell-based validation systems. Zachary began working at the RADC in 2018. Before working with the RADC, he earned a master’s degree in biology from Purdue University- Northwest, in Hammond, IN and a bachelor’s degree in biology from Ball State University in Muncie, IN.