Investigates the role of transposable elements in genomic stability.
While pursuing a degree in biochemistry and molecular biology at Boston University, I developed a particular curiosity for understanding the various molecular checks and balances that permit the plasticity of a single cell within a whole organism.
At Jackson, I aim to expand my knowledge of human genomics and understand the impact of genomic structural variations.
B.A., Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine
Boston University School of Medicine
Research Technician, Undergraduate Researcher