Maryl is a Master’s student in the Physiology department. Her research focuses on the relationship between retrograde actin flow and cell migration dynamics. She also uses microfluidic devices to investigate T cell “decision-making” in various migratory contexts, and aims to explore the relationship between the transcriptional states and migratory behaviours of T cells. When she’s not in front of a microscope, Maryl enjoys playing music and attempting way too many craft projects!
B.Sc., Biomedical Sciences, Arizona State University, 2020
2021 Max E. and Jane K. Childress Entrance Fellowship in Physiology