Lynn Rasmussen

Associate Director High Throughput Screening Center

lrasmussen@southernresearch.org

Rasmussen joined Southern Research in 2004 and is the supervisor of the High-Throughput Screening Center. Her background in laboratory automation and infectious disease research has been instrumental in developing this capability at Southern Research. Her many experiences in research include pivotal work in recent years to find treatments for COVID-19. She has bachelor’s degrees in both chemistry and biology from Virginia Tech and a master’s degree in biomedical sciences from Hood College. Rasmussen is a member of the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening, and she chairs the Special Interest Group on Labware Leachables.

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