Laura Amaya

Research Assistant

  • PSM. 2016. Biotechnology, University of San Francisco
  • B.E. 2012. Biotechnology, Tecnologico de Monterrey       

Research Interest

I am highly motivated to pursue multidisciplinary research, where I can combine my passion for translational research and bioinformatics. I joined the lab during the last year of my Master in Biotechnology in order to complete a capstone project focused on single cell analysis of Mass Cytometry data. Since then I successfully created a pipeline to compile and annotate different immune phenotypes of CD4+ T regulatory and T helper cells in healthy donors. We continue to focus our efforts on applying different analytical tools to understand the complex composition of th immune system in homeostasis and disease.

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