I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Cellular and Molecular Biology Program at the University of Michigan. My current research is focused on understanding the effects that differences in modulation of key signaling pathways have on the development of the nervous system, with particular interest in the sympathetic and sensory nervous systems. I received my Bachelor of Science from Cornell University in Animal Science and Biological Sciences, with a concentration in Molecular and Cellular Biology. Outside of the lab, I enjoy horseback riding, triathlons, and exploring the beauty of Michigan.
Nicole’s research about the different investor types and their investment strategies played a vital role in our understanding of the investment world and our potential target markets.
-- John Fitch
President, Decision Driven Solutions
Nicole's extensive research helped us identify potential applications for the flow cytometer technology in the field of cancer diagnostics.
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