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Nathan Tanner, PhD

Nathan Tanner, PhD, received his doctorate from Harvard University in 2010 and joined NEB in 2011 as a research scientist focusing on isothermal amplification. Over the years, Tanner and his lab have made key contributions to LAMP and isothermal methods, developing the first WarmStart enzymes and methods such as Colorimetric LAMP to enable broader use of LAMP and isothermal amplification for molecular diagnostics. His group continues to focus on new methods and technologies for these and other amplification tools.

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