• Title PhD student—Layne lab
  • Education B.S. Chemistry
    B.A. Exercise and Sport Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Office K219
  • Area of Interest Adipose tissue fibrosis, adipose tissue biology

My research career began as an undergraduate research assistant in Dr. Stephen Hursting’s lab where I studied the impacts of metabolic modulators on the proliferation of triple-negative breast cancer. Inspired by my work in metabolism, I joined Dr. Matthew Layne’s lab where I am studying the role of MRTFA in adipose tissue fibrosis and adipogenesis.

When not reading papers on adipose tissue fibrosis, I like to play water polo, lift weights, and explore the city with my friends.

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