Keene, New Hampshire, USA
Bachelor of Science in Anthropology & Human Biology
PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Math Content Intern
The unintended consequences of antibiotics on the infant gut microbiome and to child health
AWARDS AND TRAINING GRANTS
NIH/NIAID Host-Microbe Interactions Trainee (T32AI007519)
Co-founder of Epidemiology Students Club (EpiC)
Maternal serum perfluoroalkyl substance mixtures and thyroid hormone concentrations in maternal and cord sera: The HOME Study
- Intrapartum Antibiotic Exposure and Antibiotic Resistance in the Developing Infant Gut Microbiome. Northeast Regional IDeA Conference (NERIC). 2019.
- Characterizing the Infant Gut Resistome in the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study. American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Microbe 2020. 2020. [Presented as ePoster after in-person conference was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic].
- An expedition into the establishment of the resistome: Exploring the collection of antimicrobial resistance genes in the infant gut. Rhode Island Microbiome Symposium 2020.
- The infant gut resistome is regulated by taxonomy and early-life exposures. Virtual Microbiome Summit. Virtual. 2020.
"I broadly plan to study microbial and/or infectious disease epidemiology. I am especially interested in surveillance techniques and disentangling associations between humans, microbes, and the environment."
RESEARCHER I ADMIRE
"I chose QBS because of its interdisciplinary nature and unique goals which very much aligned with my own. With my degree, I intend to research how to prevent epidemics or antibiotic resistance through discovering changes in patterns."
FAVORITE QBS CLASS
All of the Epidemiology courses!
Life @ Dartmouth
WHEN I AM NOT IN LAB...
"you'll find me visiting friends or family, eating yummy food, and maybe exploring the outdoors."