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molecular geneticist

Faye Adele Eggerding, American molecular geneticist. Certified American Board Medical Genetics. National Institute General Medical Sciences research fellow, 1968-1970, National Cancer Institute research grantee, 1980-1989, National Institutes of Health genetics fellow University California San Francisco, 1990-1992.


Eggerding, Faye Adele was born on November 7, 1944 in St. Louis. Daughter of Victor Charles and Helen Rose (Bowler) Eggerding.


Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1966. Doctor of Medicine, St. Louis University, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy, Washington University, 1978.


Resident in pathology Barnes Hospital Washington University, St. Louis, 1971-1978. Assistant professor pathology University of California at Los Angeles, 1978-1986, research molecular biologist, 1986-1989. Genetics fellow University California, San Francisco, 1990-1992.

Senior staff scientist Applied Biosystems division Perkin Elmer Corporation, Foster City, California, 1992-1995, consultant, collaborator, since 1996. Director cancer genetics Huntington Medical Research Institute, Pasadena, since 1996.


  • Certified American Board Medical Genetics.


  • Other Work

    • Author (book chapter) Methods in Molecular Biology, 1997.


Volunteer worker with the handicapped Hillside House, Santa Barbara, California, 1991+. Fellow American College Medical Genetics. Member American Medical Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Society Human Genetics, American Association Cancer Research.


  • Other Interests

    Piano music.


Victor Charles Eggerding

Helen Rose (Bowler) Eggerding