Dr. Tina Gatlin joined the National Human Genome Research Institute's (NHGRI's) Extramural Research Program as a program director in 2010. Her main responsibility at NHGRI is to help administer is two Common Fund (trans-NIH) initiatives — the Library of Integrated Network of Cellular Signatures (LINCS) and the Protein Capture Reagents Program. The LINCS program aims is to generate a public resource that enables access to perturbation-induced (small molecule and RNAi) molecular and cellular signatures. Protein Capture Reagents is a pilot program using human transcription factors as a test case to examine the feasibility and value of generating a community resource of low cost, renewable affinity reagents for all human proteins. Dr. Gatlin also manages a portfolio of proteomics-related grants and co-leads on NHGRI's training and career development programs.Prior to joining NHGRI, Dr. Gatlin held a faculty appointment at the College of William and Mary, was an associate director at TIGR (The Institute for Genomic Research), and a senior director at Large Scale Biology Corporation where she led efforts in protein biomarker discovery.
Dr. Gatlin holds a B.S. in biology, and received a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from the University of Washington. She completed post-doctoral research in proteomics also at the University of Washington.
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Last Updated: January 16, 2013