Please join this IMB Seminar Series presented by Brea Kaseanna-Lanae Hampton, PhD candidate,“Genetic Regulation of Immune Homeostasis in the Collaborative Cross”.
IMB students are required to attend. Faculty are encouraged to attend.
Hampton is a 5th year PhD candidate studying within the curriculum of Genetics & Molecular Biology here at UNC-CH. Brea is a NC native, originally from Bolton, NC. She received her BS in Biochemistry from High Point University and continued her graduate education here at UNC-CH. Her thesis project focuses on the impact of genetic diversity on immune variation. Specifically, she uses bioinformatics methods to identify genome regions that regulate immune phenotypes at homeostasis and in response to infection.
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