Dr. Linda Clayton is a researcher at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute as well as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. After receiving her PHD in 1980 at the University of Southern California, she did post-doctoral work at the University of California at Los Angeles, Stanford University, and Massachusett Institute of Technology before coming to Dana-Farber.
You can view her researcher page on the Dana-Farber website here.
The following are some of the clips from our documented interview with her, which include a tour of the lab she works in and descriptions of some of her advanced scientific work.
[+] A short clip of part of our interview in Dr. Clayton's office. She discusses why she came to work at Dana-Farber.
[+] Dr. Clayton takes us on a tour of some of the machines she has in her lab.
[+] A look at the colder side, as she shows us a cryogenic-freezer for cells.
Many thanks to Dr. Clayton for helping us get a closer look at the every-day
activity of a Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Researcher.