A warm welcome to Stephanie Gomez

February 3, 2016

In February 2016, the Hovel-Miner lab has been joined by new Senior Research Assistant Stephanie Gomez. Stephanie is a 2014 graduate of George Washington University, where she completed a degree in Integrated Information, Science and Technology with track in Biotechnology.

Before joining the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Tropical Medicine (MITM), Stephanie worked for several biopharmaceutical companies and gained experience in tutoring high school and college students in math and science. In the Hovel-Miner lab, Stephanie will be investigating the genetic mechanisms that control antigenic variation in Trypanosoma brucei.

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