Libby Rutledge started Mobile DNA Elements because she always wanted to have her own lab.
She also has a passion about plants and the effects GM plants have on health and the environment.
Libby has expertise in genetically engineering plasmids for use in basic research in mammalian tissue culture cells, and engineering viruses for gene therapy.
She earned a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology at The University of Texas at Dallas, completed postdoctoral positions at Oregon Health Sciences University and University of Washington, and managed a core facility at University of Washington Diabetes Center. She taught at Salish Kootenai College and Flathead Valley Community College in western Montana.
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Photo by Stacy Rush