The MMG department is the best at UVM. It provides the perfect balance of the top-notch facilities of a big school with the personal feel and education of a small school environment. I cannot thank the faculty enough for providing so many opportunities in student research, teaching assistant positions, and many interesting lab and non-lab classes. I truly feel that the MMG curriculum has provided me with a strong background to succeed, while still allowing the time to enjoy all that UVM and Vermont has to offer. Overall MMG is an excellent program and I am so glad to have been a part of it.
Anahi received an M.S. in Biotechnology from the University of San
Martin in Argentina in 2007. After starting the MMG Graduate Program
she joined the Ward lab. She is interested in small molecule target
identification of Toxoplasma gondii invasion inhibitors. In her spare
time she enjoys walking by the waterfront, cooking and skiing.