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Jennifer Landino

Principal Investigator
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Cell Biology

Jennifer in an incoming Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Cell Biology. Throughout
her PhD and Postdoctoral training Jennifer has investigated mechanisms that underlie
successful cell division. As an independent investigator, she is interested in the emergence of
self-organized patterning of the cell cortex that supports cytokinesis. The lab uses cell-free
reconstitution approaches to investigate and characterize cytoskeletal patterns in an artificial
cell cortex.

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Joanna Suber

Research Assistant
B.S. University of New Hampshire

Joanna is a recent graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science in Genetics. During her time there, she gained experience assisting in a proteomics lab and cared for laboratory research animals. As a research assistant she is excited to better understand the cytoskeleton and artificial cell cortices, as well as working hands-on with Xenopus laevis.