Rasmus joined Ben’s lab as a Master’s student in 2015 and finished his thesis project on human cytomegalovirus gene regulation, using microRNAs as a tool to study herpesvirus biology. He continued in the PhD program where he contributed to the characterization of the host response to SARS-CoV-2 and testing of antivirals against COVID-19. Further work included the development a system to restrict CRISPR/Cas12a-mediated genome editing to a specific target cell type of interest based on the microRNA expression profile of the target cell.
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