- Natalie Williams
- Loyola Marymount University
- 1 LMU Dr - MSB 5631
- Los Angeles, CA, United States
I work in the Biology Department Research Lab at Loyola Marymount University. I learned about OpenWetWare from Dr. Dahlquist, and I've joined because I am now a member of the Dahlquist research group.
- Current, Biology Major and Mathematics Minor, Loyola Marymount University
- Graduate in May 2017
- 2013, High School, Ursuline Academy
Upper Division Courses
Microbiology & Microbiology Lab
BIOL361-01 & BIOL362-01
The professor is Dr. Lum. To view her research, please click here.
Dr. Landry's course will I studied abroad in Germany.
Upper Division Theology course I took while abroad in Germany. It was taught by a German professor.
General Physiology Lab
I want to be neurosurgeon. One of the reasons why I want to be neurosurgeon is because the brain plays a key role in our lives. It determines how we perceive the world and from those perceptions we act accordingly. By study neuroscience, I hope to gain a better understanding of how the brain works. Through neurosurgery, I hope to help those who deal with brain injuries so that they have better control of their lives. I may try to narrow my focus to become a pediatric neurosurgeon.
- Tree Swallows and their Nesting Patterns
- Dr. Peter Auger
- Spring 2014
- Global Transcriptional Response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to Cold Shock and Recovery
- Dr. Kam Dahlquist & Dr. Ben Fitzpatrick
- Fall 2014 - present
- To see what I have been doing recently with this material, visit my Lab Notebook: Natalie Williams: Electronic Notebook
- Please click to visit the Dahlquist Lab
- To see the various protocols, lab notebooks, and other documents on this site, please click here
- Gene Dosage Effects of 22q11.2 on Behavior and Cognition
- Dr. Carrie E. Bearden, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, University of California, and Department of Psychology, University of California
- Summer 2015
- I worked with 22q11.2 microdeletions and the reciprocal duplication
- Cell Function TA
- Teaching Assistant for Dahlquist's Cell Function sections, LMU Biology Department
- Fall 2015
- Held office hours to help students prepare for exams as well as complete assignments
- Answered questions they had regarding current concepts
- Lab Technician in Biology Stockroom
- LMU Biology Department
- Fall 2014 - present
- Prepare the freshman labs, train new employees, clean up the stockroom, and ensure the functionality of the various labs and projects at LMU by maintaining the stockroom.
- Front Desk Worker
- LMU Housing Department
- Fall 2013 - Spring 2014
- Checked in guests at various residents, publicized events for the residents, provided different materials like games and cleaning supplies to students.
Playing the Piano
- I've played since I was 8 years old. Growing up, I was trained to play classical, jazz, and blues pieces. I continue to practice and learn new songs.
- I enjoy being active, especially if I have to chance to be surrounded by nature. Those activities include hiking, bicycling, and running. I recently discovered that I really like indoor skydiving, so I hope to have more opportunities to do that again!
- I love books. Reading is one of my favorite hobbies when I have time to read a book of my choice when I'm not reading textbooks. Reading allows me to escape and go to a different world. Stories may hold lessons that I can learn or interesting facts that I did not know before. Reading is awesome.