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Kristine (Tine) Arnvig got her scientific training at the University of Copenhagen and the National Institute for Medical Research, where she did her PhD with Jo Colston. She remained at the NIMR as a postdoc and later staff scientist until setting up her own lab at UCL, where she works as an associate professor. Tine pioneered the area of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) regulatory RNA research with seminal papers on transcription antitermination, small RNAs and RNA-seq. Her current interests revolve around the role of small RNAs and riboswitches in host-Mtb interactions.
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