Kaylinnette Pinet began working in the lab of Dr. Cynthia Bradham at Boston University during the summer following her sophomore year. Her project focused on engineering self-inactivating pantropic retroviruses as tools for systems-level manipulation of gene expression in sea urchin embryos (Core, et al. 2012). During her senior year, Kaylinnette gave a talk at the [Read More]
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