I am a PhD student studying the role of B cells and their antigenic targets in anti-tumor immunity from both a fundamental and translational perspective. My other scientific interests include Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy and oncolytic viruses as well as exploring ways to combine them. In my free time, I enjoy being outdoors and cycling, hiking, camping, and playing ultimate frisbee.
One great way to gain practical research experience as an undergrad is through work in a real-world research setting for a couple of months as part of your degree. Landing that ideal position might seem like a challenge, but here we provide five steps for a successful co-op application.
The Bio Girls is an initiative designed to inspire and engage awareness about the role of women in science.