"As a chemist turned microbiologist, my interdisciplinary saga has been paved with a spectrum of diverse laboratory experiences. I have worked in research chemistry labs synthesizing organometallic compounds and assembling optical components for laser experiments, microbiology research exploring plasmid biology and evolution, analytical environmental chemistry, veterinary molecular diagnostics, and have ultimately returned to my alma mater."
"Research technician with a shared passion for molecular biology and rock climbing. My laboratory experience began in 2017 while working with a neurobiologist studying specific genetic mutations affecting the structure and function of the brain where I became familiar with immunofluorescence microscopy and the yeast two-hybrid system. I am currently focused on studying and characterizing the antifungal capabilities of killer toxins and related proteins."
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"I've enjoyed learning about the ways that chemicals would effect the body every since I read my father's nursing textbooks as a kid. I decided that the best way to continue that learning was through studying biochemistry"
"I taught myself to play the piano when I was 3. Even at an early age, I was a person who never gives up and is focused on my goals."
"I’m a second-year PhD student in the Microbiology, Molecular Biology, & Biochemistry program. I study host-virus interactions in Saccharomyces yeast. Specifically, I study how double-stranded RNA viruses protect their genomes from degradation by the host. I also collect Rubik’s cubes and cool rocks."