• Title Lab Manager – Harris Lab
  • Education M.Sc. in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Brandeis University
    B.Sc. in Biology, Providence College
  • Office Harris Laboratory, K206
  • Phone (617) 358-4362
  • Area of Interest Neuroscience, Alzheimer’s disease and Prion diseases

I am currently the Laboratory Manager for the laboratory of Dr. David A. Harris in the Department of Biochemistry at Boston University School of Medicine. I hold a B.Sc. in Biology from Providence College and M.Sc. in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Brandeis University. After graduating from Brandeis University, I worked within the Systems Biology Department at Harvard Medical School as a laboratory manager and research assistant. After my time there, I also worked as a Clinical Laboratory Supervisor for the COVID-19 Diagnostic Team at Broad Institute.As laboratory manager, my job is to support the research faculty, postdocs, and students in their pursuit of science. My responsibilities are multi-faceted. I help manage and organize the laboratory, maintain departmental equipment and work to resolve any issues that may arise. I also work with various internal and external agencies to ensure all safety requirements are met. As a technician, I am responsible for maintaining cell lines, animal strains, and other works that help researchers in their various endeavors.

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