Jernej Ule was born in Ljubljana in 1976. After pursuing an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology at the University of Ljubljana, he received a PhD in molecular neuroscience from the Rockefeller University (New York) in 2004, where he also pursued further postdoctoral work. In 2006 he started a research group at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK. Here, his group developed iCLIP, a method that employs high-throughput sequencing for transcriptome-wide study of protein-RNA interactions at nucleotide resolution. In 2013 he moved with his group to the UCL Institute of Neurology in London, where he is now a Professor in the Department of Molecular Neuroscience. His group studies how protein-RNA complexes control gene expression during neuronal differentiation and in motor neuron disease. His research crosses the boundaries of molecular, cellular and computational biology in order to gain a comprehensive understanding of post-transcriptional control of gene expression in neurons. More details about his research can be obtained at http://ulelab.info.
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