Working for a Bachelor's of Science in the MMG department is very challenging and I'm glad I took that challenge. There were plenty of other programs I could have gone through that would have been far easier to complete but college should not be about taking the easy path. My experience with MMG challenged me far more than I had expected it would. It forced me to become a better student and strengthened myself discipline and determination. I don't think I would be as strong willed as I am today had I perused an easier degree. The MMG department is also one of the most dedicated departments I've ever worked with. They put a lot of emphasis on preparing their students for their careers and provide great advising throughout the college experience. All the professors I've worked with in the department have been very down to earth and helpful. Wherever I go after collage, I'm glad I choose the MMG department.
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.