Mattea Keister

Biochemistry, Minor in Spanish (Pre-Medicine)
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Mattea Keister (she/her/hers) is a junior majoring in biochemistry with a minor in Spanish and on the pre-med track. She is involved in undergraduate research in the Timmons lab, where she is currently working on a project to understand a novel gene silencing mechanism in C. elegans. In addition she is actively involved in Phi Delta Epsilon, volunteering at the hospital, and is a tutor for organic chemistry through the PLUS program.

mattea.keister@gmail.com


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