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University of British Columbia
Discovery (Biological & Genetic Mechanisms)
Angela has finished her third year in honours Cellular, Anatomical, and Physiological Sciences at UBC. She is currently a research assistant in the Cembrowski lab at UBC, where she's using highly multiplexed fluorescent in situ hybridization to map the anterior thalamic nuclei at a single-cell, single-molecule resolution. She will be working as a data scientist during her co-op year, analyzing state-of-the-art “Big” transcriptomic data in mouse models of traumatic brain injury, and using this analysis to identify susceptible genes, pathways, and cell types.