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Before coming to Vanderbilt, I received my B.S. in Chemistry from Lee University in 2005. While at Lee, I was a teaching assistant in the Chemistry Department and enjoyed a semester abroad studying at Cambridge University in England. Since Lee was limited in its undergraduate research opportunities, I pursued summer research programs at NASA: Marshall Space Flight Center and The University of Alabama: Huntsville. In August 2005, I entered the Chemical and Physical Biology Program at Vanderbilt and eventually joined the Magnuson Lab in 2006. My project focuses on the transcriptional profiling of multipotent pancreatic progenitor populations.
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Key: MeSH Term KeywordAlleles Animals Cell Differentiation Chromosomes, Artificial, Bacterial diabetes Embryo, Mammalian Embryonic Stem Cells Endoderm Female Flow Cytometry flow sorting Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental Gene Regulatory Networks Genes, Reporter Gene Targeting Genetic Loci Genetic Vectors Green Fluorescent Proteins Homeodomain Proteins Islet biology Luminescent Proteins Mice Mice, Inbred C57BL Mice, Knockout Microscopy, Fluorescence molecular cloning mouse models Mutagenesis, Insertional Organ Specificity Pancreas pancreatic progenitors Proteins Rabbits Recombinases RNA, Untranslated Trans-Activators