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Program Director

Division of Genome Sciences

Education

Ph.D, University of Washington, 1995

Biography

Dr. Tina Gatlin joined NHGRI's Extramural Research Program as a Program Director in 2010.  She is the Lead Training Program Director for efforts focused in the area of genomic sciences.  She manages a portfolio of grants focused on training, genomic sciences and proteomics.  Her interests lie in promoting career opportunities, advancement for a diverse biomedical workforce, and improving the health of diverse communities.  She serves on a number of trans-NIH committees that promote such efforts.

Prior to joining NHGRI, Dr. Gatlin held a faculty appointment at the College of William and Mary, was an associate director at The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR), and a senior director at Large Scale Biology Corporation where she led efforts in proteomics technology development and protein biomarker discovery.

Dr. Gatlin received her B.S. in biology from Catholic University, her Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from the University of Washington, and completed post-doctoral training in proteomics also at the University of Washington.

  • Biography

    Dr. Tina Gatlin joined NHGRI's Extramural Research Program as a Program Director in 2010.  She is the Lead Training Program Director for efforts focused in the area of genomic sciences.  She manages a portfolio of grants focused on training, genomic sciences and proteomics.  Her interests lie in promoting career opportunities, advancement for a diverse biomedical workforce, and improving the health of diverse communities.  She serves on a number of trans-NIH committees that promote such efforts.

    Prior to joining NHGRI, Dr. Gatlin held a faculty appointment at the College of William and Mary, was an associate director at The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR), and a senior director at Large Scale Biology Corporation where she led efforts in proteomics technology development and protein biomarker discovery.

    Dr. Gatlin received her B.S. in biology from Catholic University, her Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from the University of Washington, and completed post-doctoral training in proteomics also at the University of Washington.

Last updated: January 29, 2020