2021-on | Postdoc in Polygenic Engineering | Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford, USA
2020 | Staff Scientist | Benson Hill, St Louis, USA
2015–2019 | PhD in Plant & Microbial Sciences, | The Sainsbury Laboratory, UK
2011–2015 | Bsc in Microbiology and History, University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA
My work will focus on using CRISPR to engineer polygenic traits in plants, building on my interests in evolution and molecular technology development. Most recently, from 2020-2021, I worked as a trait discovery and genome engineering scientist at the agriculture biotechnology company Benson Hill in St. Louis, Missouri. I obtained my PhD in plant and microbiology science in 2019 from The Sainsbury Laboratory in Norwich, UK, working with Sophien Kamoun. I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin—Madison in 2015, majoring in microbiology and U.S. history. I am a reader, I like to read; talk to me about books.