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My name is Kaitlyn Prioleau and I’m from Hampton, Virginia, and a recent graduate from James Madison
University. I have a background in undergraduate research looking into the protein that’s most notably involved
in Alzheimer’s disease. My future plans are to apply to optometry school within the year and further my career
within the optical realm.
The OGI Genomics Core facility was established in April of 2013 by the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Department of Ophthalmology and with support of an NEI P30 grant (EY014104), with the goal of offering advanced genomics analysis methods and techniques to MEE investigators. This investment in instrumentation, infrastructure, and personnel has resulted in a facility capable of performing multiple and varied genomics analyses from experimental design to data analysis and interpretation.
For more information about the services, please visit the Genomic Core Services page.