I graduated from Tulane University in 2018 with a double major B.S. in Cellular and Molecular Biology and Chemistry. During my time at Tulane, I was an undergraduate researcher working on characterizing a novel class of antibiotics. I am now at the University of Michigan as a Ph.D. student in the Program in Immunology. During my free time I enjoy painting and trying out new restaurants.
My project in Dr. Goldstein’s lab focuses on how aging causes dysregulation of the immune response to influenza infection.
George Lucry Grant -2017
Jonathan Ching Undergraduate Summer Fellowship -2017
Ann Hero Northrup Award in Chemistry -2018
Smith, C., Kulkarni, U., Chen, J., & Goldstein, D. (2019). Influenza virus inoculum volume is critical to elucidate age-dependent mortality in mice. Aging Cell, 18(2). doi:10.111/acel.12893