As a biology professor, her research is supported by the National Science Foundation and focuses on an enzyme required for DNA precursor metabolism. Her papers have been published in many journals including, The Journal of Virology, Virology, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and The Journal of Biological Chemistry.
Roseman received her bachelor of arts from Smith College in 1980 and her doctorate in microbiology from Oregon State University in 1987, where she also was a postdoctoral fellow in the department of biochemistry and biophysics.
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