Paul Kavari

Paul Khavari

was a graduate student in the lab after completing a medical residency at Yale. Paul started the work in our lab on chromatin and was the first to define the mammalian BAF or mSWI/SNF complex (Nature 1993). He also worked with Steve Goff’s group at Columbia to show that the complex functioned as a tumor suppressor (Cell 1994) and interacted with HIV integrase (Science 1995). He received the Presidents Award the year after leaving the lab and is now an Associate Professor at Stanford University and is studying epithelial development and can be reached at : or see his web page.