Tammy A. Morrish

Independent Scientist

Tammy A. Morrish’s scientific interests were focused on understanding mechanisms of non-LTR retrotransposition during DNA repair and telomere maintenance in tumors and primary cells. From 2012-2015, she was an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biochemistry and Cancer Biology at the University of Toledo. Her postdoctoral training was at Johns Hopkins University in the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics where she received the Howard Temin Pathway to Independence Award from the NIH/NCI. Dr Morrish was also an American Society of Hematology Fellow Scholar and received funding from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in the Department of Human Genetics and was awarded a Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship and an Overall Excellence in Research and Service Award. She also had a B.A. in biochemistry from the University of Texas. A note from publisher: It is with great sadness and regret that we inform the contributing authors and readers of this book that the Editor, Dr Tammy A. Morrish, passed away during the publishing process of the book and before having a chance to see its publication. The book Telomerase and non-Telomerase Mechanisms of Telomere Maintenance was her first edited volume with us. Fruitful collaboration continued until her final days. We would like to acknowledge Dr Morrish\'s contribution to scientific publishing, which she made during years of dedicated work, and express our gratitude for her pleasant cooperation with us.

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This book, Telomerase and non-Telomerase Mechanisms of Telomere Maintenance, is acollection of reviewed and relevant research chapters, offering a comprehensive overviewof recent developments in the field of biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology. Thebook comprises single chapters authored by various researchers and edited by an expertactive in the molecular biology research area. All chapters are individually complete butunited under a common research topic. This publication aims to provide a thoroughoverview of the latest research efforts by international authors on biochemistry, genetics,and molecular biology, and open new possible research paths for further noveldevelopments.A note from publisher:It is with great sadness and regret that we inform the contributing authors and readers ofthis book that the Editor, Dr Tammy A. Morrish, passed away during the publishing processof the book and before having a chance to see its publication. The book Telomerase andnon-Telomerase Mechanisms of Telomere Maintenance was her first edited volume withus. Fruitful collaboration continued until her final days. We would like to acknowledge DrMorrish's contribution to scientific publishing, which she made during years of dedicatedwork, and express our gratitude for her pleasant cooperation with us.

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