First Year Graduate Student
In 2011 I earned my BA in Biology from Western Connecticut State University, where I conducted research in the laboratories of Dr. Frank Dye, Dr. Edwin Wong, and Dr. Thomas Lonergan. I joined the CMB program in the fall of 2012, and my experience thus far has been nothing short of amazing. I chose the CMB program at UVM for its breadth of interdisciplinary, cutting-edge research, and for the focus and importance the faculty place on the individual development of each student. When I’m not studying, in class, or in the lab I enjoy getting outdoors as much as possible. Burlington offers incredible places for hiking, swimming, biking, or just exploring the beautiful state of Vermont.
My main research interest is in stem cell biology. Currently, I am doing a rotation in the Stein lab where I am working with Dr. Rodrigo Grandy using human embryonic stem cells to identify and characterize unique epigenetic parameters of the human pluripotent cell cycle.
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