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Sabina Sood

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Sabina Sood

Sabina Sood

I received a B.S. in Biological Engineering from MIT in 2013. During my undergraduate studies, I worked in Tyler Jacks' lab investigating nanoparticle delivery of a tumor suppressor microRNA, miR-34a, and a short interference RNA, siKras, to suppress lung cancer development in mice. I also spent a summer in David Schaffer's lab at UC Berkeley working with mice to explore the effect of upregulation of the mTOR pathway on uncontrolled proliferation and differentiation of neural stem cells. In addition to research, I enjoy playing soccer, baking, and traveling. As a native from Palo Alto, I'm excited to be back in the Bay Area!