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Allyson Banville

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.


Letters of Recommendation: Who and How to Ask

Letters of recommendation are pretty much universal in the academic world. We’re asked for them when applying to grad school or looking...

How to Keep Your Life Organized in Grad School

Trying to stay organized can seem daunting, especially when life can be so hectic. There’s no one fix to the giant stack...
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Interview with Bex Nitert – Managing Consultant of Digital Forensics and Incident Response

Bex Nitert works at Paraflare cyber security in the Greater Perth Area, Australia. We asked her about her job, her career path, and her experiences as a woman in the STEM field.
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Five steps to a successful co-op application

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.