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Sarah Murphy


Sarah graduated from Earlham College with a BA in Neuroscience in 2017 and moved to Rochester, NY, where she worked in a primate lab studying Rhesus macaques and the visual cortex in relation to decision making. She switched to a lab that studied mitochondria in bone-marrow derived stem cells and worked on an independent project studying the effects of magnet therapy on bone healing. She is now working as an RA under Sam Marsh, studying the time course of microglial-related genes in developing and AD mouse models using single cell sequencing. Her hobbies include playing rugby, hiking, and swimming in lakes.

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