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I am a P4 Medical Institute (P4MI) Fellow and a postdoctoral fellow in Lee Hood's lab. For P4MI, I am working on the development of personalized medicine pilot projects between the ISB and several clinics throughout the world. At the ISB, I focus on technology development, specifically on platforms that can offer efficient protein capture and quantification.
I received my PhD in molecular biology and biochemistry from Northwestern University. My graduate work was in the laboratory of Jonathan Widom and focused on chromatin and epigenetics where I developed a novel technology to map nucleosome positions genome-wide, in vivo at single base pair resolution.
I grew up in San Diego, California, and graduated from Occidental College in Los Angeles with a degree in molecular and cellular biology. Currently, my husband and I live on Bainbridge Island (as ferry ride away from the ISB) and are loving Pacific Northwest.