George Padilla was an undergraduate student at Temple University, majoring in biology. George worked in the lab from May 2021 to July 2022 via The Biomedical Technician Training Program at The Wistar Institute and as a Temple senior. He hopes to become a physician with an interest in ophthalmology and neurology. In his free time, George likes to learn new languages and practice violin. George graduated in 2022 and went on to be a research specialist in the Shalem lab at Penn.


Guo, L.*^, J.R. Mann*, J.C. Mauna°, K.E. Copley°, H. Wang°, J.D. Rubien°, H.M. Odeh, J. Lin, B.L. Lee, L. Ganser, E. Robinson, K.M. Kim, A.C. Murthy, T. Paul, B. Portz, A.M. Gleixner, Z. Diaz, J.L. Carey, A. Smirnov, G. Padilla, E. Lavorando, C. Espy, Y. Shang, E.J. Huang, A. Chesi, N.L. Fawzi, S. Myong, C.J. Donnelly^, and J. Shorter^. (2023). Defining RNA oligonucleotides that reverse deleterious phase transitions of RNA-binding proteins with prion-like domains. bioRxiv. doi:10.1101/2023.09.04.555754. pdf file link (*Co-first author. °Co-second author. ^Co-corresponding author).







Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
University of Pennsylvania