4214 Rennebohm Hall
Hometown: Mukwonago, Wisconsin
CURRENT RESEARCH WORK: My research involves indentifying novel genes involved the initiation and progression of t-cell leukemia/lymphoma. I am currently characterizing a novel kinase that may be involved in the development of leukemia/lymphoma, as well as mapping an unknown mutation that arose spontaneously in our mouse germ line that causes t-cell disease in mice that carry the mutation.
Professional Organizations: Member, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS)
I graduated from UW-Madison with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacology and Toxicology degree in 2006. After working with some of the professors in the building and talking with many of the graduate students, this seemed like the perfect place to continue my academic career.