- Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard Medical School
- D.Phil., University of Oxford
I am a biologist fascinated by the beauty and complexity of the microscopic world. To a large degree, cells are like tiny black boxes. We are groping in an area that has not yet been fully illuminated. I hope I can let in a thin beam of light to penetrate the box. I am doing my best.
- B.Sc., Indiana University
I was studying Human Biology with a minor in Chemistry in College. I recently became fascinated with the world of microbiology and here I am! Most of my work includes molecular cloning and lab maintenance. When I’m not in the lab, I like to read, hike, and go out at night with my telescope to spot the constellations.
I am an undergraduate student majoring in Human Biology. Molecular Biology is like a mystery that attracts me to explore more about it. I’m passionate to learn the molecular basis of chromosome replication and segregation so here I am. In my spare time, I enjoy playing piano, baking cakes and traveling to see different cultures.
I am an undergraduate student majoring in Biology and Psychology and minoring in Chemistry. My work in the lab centers around spontaneous suppressors that rescue mutants deficient in DNA replication. Outside of the lab, I strive to make an impact in my community through work with IU’s student government and Hoosier Hills Food Bank. In my free time, I enjoy cooking with friends and playing the violin.
- B.Sc., Cornell University
I am a recent graduate of Cornell University, where I studied biology and Asian studies. I joined the Wang lab in the summer of 2018 to study bacterial chromosome organization. Outside the lab, I love learning about birds and traveling the world in search of delicious food.