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I am an assistant scientist studying naturally acquired immunity to malaria. I obtained my PhD from CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute, India. Outside the lab, I enjoy talking to my family, travelling, listening to music, watching Netflix and keeping up-to-date on science.
I’m a fourth-year undergrad majoring in biology and neuroscience. My research interests include infectious diseases, specifically malaria, and neural diseases & disorders. Outside the lab I enjoy working out, swimming, and catching the latest Marvel movie.
I hold a master’s in Plant Genetics and have been in molecular biology since 2013. I came here for the challenge and the cause. My off time is usually spent chasing my toddler and maintaining my house. And in my free time… I have a toddler; I don’t have free time.
I became interested in malaria as a model of chronic infection and B cell activation during my postdoc in Sue Pierce’s lab at the NIH. My current research in the Tran lab aims at understanding how innate immune cell types drive immunity to malaria.
I’m a second-year PhD Student with an interest in Microbiology and Immunology. My specific research interests include Bioinformatics and Immunology. Outside of the lab, I enjoy spending time with my husband and cat. I enjoy cooking, board games, and fitness.
I am a graduate student in the IU School of Informatics and Science who is interested in data science and analytics. I obtained my Bachelor’s degree from D Y Patil College of Engineering and Technology, India. Outside the lab, I like to cook, travel, and watch movies.
I became interested in malaria after hearing a compelling talk by the late Bob Desowitz during my first year of medical school. I found the disease to be fascinating due to complexity of the malaria parasite’s life cycle and the host response against this potentially deadly infection.
Current position: Medical Student
Current position: First-year MSTP student, Emory University School of Medicine
Current position: Computational Biologist, Department of Urology, University of Michigan
The Kaushansky Lab focuses on Cross-Pathogen Studies and Co-Infections.
The John Lab has several malaria studies in Uganda and western Kenya.
The Neafsey lab studies the evolutionary genomics of malaria parasites and mosquito vectors.
The Schmidt Lab is interested in defining the factors that impact the pathogenesis of malaria.
The Crompton Lab investigates the mechanisms underlying naturally acquired immunity to Plasmodium falciparum malaria.
The Seder Lab conducts malaria vaccine trials and investigates the mechanisms of malaria-protective immune responses.