I am a first year CDB graduate student and I am interested in the regulation of signaling pathways during development and disease.
The most interesting aspect of my research is to understand how evolutionarily conserved signals can elicit multiple responses in different tissues.
The most exciting aspect of being a graduate student is being able to think about an idea and test it in the lab. Every day you learn something new, something that nobody else knows!
UM and CDB have a collaborative environment that allows the students interact and learn from different professors, making it the perfect place to develop multiple skills in different areas.