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Welcome our new technicians

We are excited to have two new lab members, Katherine Turrentine and Lilly Rohrer. Katherine received her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a concentration in Pre-Medicine and certificates in both Biomedical Sciences and Applied Physiology from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is on track for medical school. Lilly graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s in Animal Science and a Master’s in Comparative Biomedical Sciences. Her research at UGA involved infectious diseases and reproduction in dairy and beef cows and her background is mostly in companion animal veterinary medicine, so she loves working with animals of all sizes.

Eashani Sathialingam receives National Institutes of Health Predoctoral Fellowship

Congratulations to our graduate student, Eashani Sathialingam, for receiving a NIH/NHLBI F31 Predoctoral Fellowship! Her project, entitled, “Microvascular Cerebral Blood Flow Monitoring with Diffuse Correlation Spectroscopy in Sickle Cell Anemia Children” will focus on developing and validating unique algorithms that will correct for the confounding influence of hematocrit on DCS blood flow measurements.