I like to observe the world and know how it works. The thing that always fired me up was how incredible it is that mothers and daughters and fathers and sons could look and act so alike. This is where my fascination with genetics began.
Seth Zonies completed his graduate work in the lab of Geraldine Seydoux in 2011. Before he was a BCMB student, Seth worked at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) at the NIH in Bethesda, studying the development of hearing in zebrafish. Even before graduate school Seth was thinking about his future: