Rasmus Møller is a fourth year Ph.D. candidate in the tenOever lab. Rasmus’ research focuses on the repurposing of bacterial and archaeal antiviral defense system, CRISPR, for biotechnological applications and therapeutics for COVID-19.
Rasmus completed his bachelor degree in Molecular Biomedicine at University of Copenhagen in Denmark where he also did his thesis work on archaeal virology in the Danish Archaea Centre. His undergraduate studies included a stay at University of Washington in Seattle. He aslo completed a Master’s degree in the tenOever lab with his work on how human cytomegalovirus hijacks the host transcriptional response upon infection.
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