Before switching into MMG I was a biological sciences major, but I didn't enjoy the courses or the large size of the program. I was very excited when I discovered the MMG department; I loved the small size, quality of advising, hands-on laboratory based classes, and ample opportunities for doing research projects or internships. I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the MMG department and would highly recommend it to anyone.
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.