Caroline graduated with a Biology degree in 2021 and is an M.S. student in the Richardson lab at UNC Charlotte. The lab currently has projects studying DNA repair and genome stability, and DNA damage-induced chromosomal rearrangements in leukemia.
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Caroline says, “I’ve been learning a lot about cell culturing and my experience working independently on a protocol through the E&H Biology department has been really valuable in this experience! The research from Emory may not have been in the same field of biology, but helped me develop a set of critical thinking skills that have already paid off in my new lab.”