Postdoctoral Fellow Plant BiologyCarnegie Institution for Science firstname.lastname@example.org Office:  ProfileBioI finished my PhD in Biochemistry & Cellular and Molecular Biology at the University of Tennessee. My dissertation research focused on autophagy mediated turnover of mRNA-Protein complexes during flooding in Arabidopsis, and how RNA granules are regulated during stress. For my masters, I worked on miRNA mediated tassel development in Maize at East Carolina University, in North Carolina. I earned my bachelors at the Ohio State University, where I researched transcriptional regulation of floral development in Arabidopsis, and majored in Plant Cellular and Molecular Biology. Outside of the lab I co-lead the LGBTQ+ Plant Scientist Network, advocate for LGBTQ+ visibility and support in STEM, and enjoy hiking, gardening, and reading science fiction. AffiliationAffiliation: DPB PostdocsDPB EmployeesLabs: Rhee Lab Teaching Websites Personal research website Research WebsiteA website of past and current research and outreach.