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Sreelatha Lab

Our laboratory is interested in investigating the molecular mechanisms of selenoproteins in health and disease.

Projects in the lab utilize a multidisciplinary approach consisting of molecular biology, biochemistry, structural biology, and cell biology to study the role of selenoproteins in human physiology and pathophysiology.

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Anju Sreelatha, Ph.D.

Anju Sreelatha, Ph.D.

Dr. Anju Sreelatha received her B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2009. Following a research fellowship with the UT Dallas Green Fellows Program, Dr. Sreelatha earned her Ph.D. from UT Southwestern in 2014 under the supervision of Kim Orth, Ph.D.

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