| Constance Cepko|
| University of Maryland, College Park
Interactions of the Adenovirus 100k and Hexon Proteins: Analysis using Monoclonal Antibodies and Temperature Sensitive Mutants (1982)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Maryland, College Park
Neuroscience, Developmental biology
Phillip Allen Sharp, Richard J Roberts, James E Darnell, Thomas Cech
Phillip Allen Sharp
Constance Cepko Wikipedia
Constance Louise Cepko is a developmental biologist and geneticist in Harvard Medical School.
She was born in Laurel, Maryland. She received her B.S. in biochemistry and microbiology at the University of Maryland College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences. She completed her Ph.D. at MIT in 1982.
As a postdoctoral research fellow she studied retroviral vectors that she used to study the development of the retina. She is the former head of the Biological and Biomedical Sciences graduate program at Harvard Medical School.
Cepko was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2002. In 2011, she received the Bressler Prize in Vision Science awarded to achieved but underecognized scientists and clinicians in their field for her work in retina development.