I’m a biochemistry graduate student in the Liu lab at the University of Colorado Boulder, where I’m currently studying the cell signaling processes that control cell motility in wound healing.
I host and produce Buffs Talk Science, a podcast about science from CU Boulder and Beyond, and serve as editor in chief at the Science Buffs STEM blog. I’m good at crossword puzzles and tabletop RPGs but tragically bad at roller skating and beekeeping.
PhD in Biochemistry, Expected May 2021
University of Colorado Boulder
BS in Biochemistry, 2015
University of Oklahoma
Perturbation of adherens junctions elevates autocrine TGF-α signaling via TACE. Graycen and Eric are co-first authors on this paper, which is in press at Molecular Biology of the Cell.
Re-analyzed ENCODE data reveal 1,362 ‘reservoir’ promoters with up to 111 different DNA-binding proteins present but no steady-state RNA expression.
A poster presentation for the American Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Experimental Biology meeting on my contribution to Sanchez et al. (2018).