Divyanshi Srivastava receives the 2020 Robert T. Simpson Graduate Student Award for Innovative “Risky” Science
Jacob's research focuses on the study of bacteria,
specifically a group of proteins referred to as
Globin Coupled Sensors (GCS).
Dhwani's future research plans to discover cytokine or chemokine encoding genes regulated by AHR. She believes she can discover one of the molecular mechanisms involved in metastasis of Head & Neck squamous cell carcinoma.
Molly's research focuses on the evolution of Herpes simplex virus type 1, or HSV-1. In collaboration with Dr. Christine Johnston at the University of Washington, Molly is sampling virus from patients throughout the course of their infection.
BMMB students make scientific contributions under the mentorship of vibrant and diverse faculty whose research expertise provides students with an engaging collaborative and interdisciplinary experience.