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- Single-cell analysis of mesenchymal tissue development using an in vitro MSC differentiation model
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|Lecturer|| MD Anderson Postdoctoral Association
Teaching Subcommittee 2021
|Lecturer|| Biochemistry of Cancer (Guest Lecturer) 2018
Principles of Stem Cell Technology (Lab) 2017
The ASU Experience (Guest Lecturer) 2017
Biomedical Microdevices (Lab) 2016-2017
|Teaching assistant||Biochemistry of Cancer 2018
Principles of Stem Cell Technology 2017
Biomedical Product Design 2016-2017
|11th Annual Postdoctoral Science Symposium||The Annual Postdoctoral Science Symposium provides a platform for postdoctoral fellows in the Texas Medical Center to present their current research in the areas of basic and translational research and features presentations and hosts interactive sessions facilitated by experts in a variety of fields.|
|Project SHORT||Comprised of volunteer professional health and graduate students, residents, faculty, and post-docs, Project SHORT (Students for Higher-Ed Opportunities and Representation in Training) is the first organization to offer pro-bono mentoring for both professional health and graduate school admissions.|
|2021 Annual Postdoctoral Career Symposium||The Annual Postdoctoral Career Symposium (APCS) is designed and run by postdocs to help postdocs and those finishing grad school to seek out the career options that appeal to them most, and in some cases open up doors that we might not have known existed.|