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Ty C. Voss, Ph.D.
While working with Dr. Richard Day at the University of Virginia from 2000-2004, Dr. Voss combined advanced fluorescence microscopy methods and automated image analysis to determine how transcription factor sub-nuclear protein organization regulates gene expression in living cells. He extended this line of investigation in a second fellowship with Dr. Gordon Hager at the National Cancer Institute, focusing on the dynamics of steroid receptor interactions with target chromatin.
In 2009, Dr. Voss began collaborating with Dr. Tom Misteli and Dr. Gordon Hager to establish the NCI High-Throughput Imaging Facility. Dr. Voss currently serves as the facility head and collaborates with many investigators from across the NCI to develop and execute automated microscopy assays. In addition, he continues his independent research projects, quantitatively linking chromatin structural transitions and transcriptional output at the single cell level.
This page was last updated on 6/10/2013.