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Katarina entered the CMB Program in 2017 and is a student in the Thomas Friedrich Lab.
"I study the evolution of influenza viruses by applying the principles of population genetics to deep sequencing data with the goal of understanding how both inter- and intraspecies transmission events affect genetic diversity and fitness of entire population of influenza virus. Better characterization of these bottleneck events will improve our understanding of human spillover infections and better equip us to predict cyclical influenza pandemic events."
Will entered the CMB Program in 2014 and is a student in the Laura Knoll Lab.
"I chose CMB because of the wide range of research opportunities and the positive attitude of graduate students during my visit. I saw a lot of happy engaged people who enjoyed their work and that was the kind of environment I was looking for."
Lauren entered the CMB Program in 2015 and is a student in the Lisa Arendt Lab.
"I have always been fascinated by biology. Both obesity and breast cancer effect a vast number of individuals and the idea of studying how obesity affects breast cancer was an opportunity I could not turn down."