Sara received her B.S. in biology with a minor in chemistry from Suffolk University. Her prior research experience in the Jacks lab at MIT focused on characterizing the obstacles preventing a productive T cell response to a tumor. Currently, she is a graduate student in MIT BCS, having worked as a technical associate in the Synthetic Neurobiology group, and is interested in developing new molecular tools for the analysis and control of complex biological systems such as the brain.
Email: stavana, followed by @mit.edu