Laura Urbanski

Predoctoral Associate

I am investigating the role of MYC in regulating RNA splicing

In 2013, I graduated from the College of the Holy Cross where I had work with Dr. Kenneth Mills on studying protein splicing. After college, I worked as a research assistant in Dr. Rameen Beroukhim's lab at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. In the Beroukhim lab, I worked with graduate student, William Gibson, and postdoctoral fellow, Brenton Paolella on validating the splicing factor SF3B1 as a CYCLOPS gene. In 2015, I began the University of Connecticut MD/PhD program, and joined the Anczukow lab in 2017.