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Dr. Natalie Clark

Dr. Natalie Clark

  • Postdoc Research Associate
Dr. Natalie Clark is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Iowa State University in the lab of Dr. Justin Walley. She is a systems biologist who uses a combination of experimental, mathematical, and computational methods to address several biological questions including plant development, hormone crosstalk, and disease resistance in both Arabidopsis and maize. For her work, she received a USDA-NIFA Postdoctoral Fellowship. Natalie obtained her BS in Mathematics from University of Richmond, where she received a Goldwater Scholarship and performed Drosophila genetics research. She then received her PhD in Biomathematics from North Carolina State University in the lab of Dr. Rosangela Sozzani, where she received an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and transitioned into plant biology.

Area of Expertise: Systems Biology, Mathematical Modeling, High-Throughput Data

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1344 Adv Tch Res Bd
2213 Pammel Dr.
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  • Ph.D., Biomathematics, North Carolina State University, 2018
  • B.S., Mathematics, University of Richmond, 2013