Senior Research Associate at Verge Genomics
Lyn joins Verge with over 20 years of experience. Lyn began her career at the CDC in Atlanta. She spent the next 12 years in Wyoming and Arizona where she expanded her scientific research knowledge to include rodent animal models, biosafety, and lab management. In 2011 Lyn relocated to California and started working at UC Berkeley where she studied the role of novel receptors in itch and pain. In 2016 she began working for Nobel Laureate, Dr. Stanley Prusiner, at the Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases/UCSF where she implemented standardization processes and software systems to increase operational productivity in the dedicated vivarium. Additionally, she managed all aspects of experimental design fulfillment and supervised the Colony Management Team. Lyn received her BS from the University of Wyoming. She has co-authored 11 scientific publications in journals, including Cell and the Journal of Neuroscience. When not donning a lab coat, Lyn enjoys traveling and camping with her family, Tom and their two giant fluffy dogs, Wrigley and Murphy.
Senior Research Associate