Jennifer Doudna is a biochemist of the United States. She is a noble prize winner of 2020 in chemistry, she won the noble prize for her editing on CRISPR. She is a Professor at the University of California of the molecular department, chemistry department, and Cell bio. She is looking for the further development of CRISPR.
Jennifer Doudna has also been working in Gladstone Institutes since 2018 as a senior investigator. She has contributed many fundamentals in the bio, chemistry, genetics. She is a holder of many awards. She has received the award like Japan Prize, Alan T Waterman Awards, Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences, etc.
|Education||Harvard Medical School, Pomona College|
10 Facts on Jennifer Doudna
Professor Jennifer Doudna was born on February 19, 1964, in Washington DC, United States.
Spending half of her life in Gene editing, Biochemistry, Biochemistry, she has reached the age of 56 years old.
Moving on to her marital life, she is married to Jamie Cate. They were together since there college, they graduated together and they worked together in the past.
Her husband is also a professor at Berkeley who has been working on the gene-editing to increase their production on biofuel.
She, with her husband Jamie, has a son who was born in 2003. But she has not revealed any information about her son.
Although she has been earning an enormous amount of money and she has been living the good life with her family, her net worth is not public.
When it comes to her parents, her father has completed the Ph.D. in literature whereas her mother completed her master’s degree in education. When she was 7 years old she moved to Hawaii as her father was offered a position in American Literature and then her mother completed her master’s degree in History in Hawaii.
Jennifer Doudna studied biochemistry from Pomona College. She completed a Doctoral and Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Harvard Medical School.
There is information about her achievement and her past life in Wikipedia.
She has her official account on Twitter.