I am a new member of OpenWetWare!
- Yasmine Yaiche
- American University Biology course
I am an undergraduate student at American University studying Public Health and Biology with a minor in Statistics. In addition to my crazy 20 credit hour schedule, I am an undergraduate TA for a Biology 100 course. Can't say I don't like it - I LOVE IT. Biology is such a strong passion for me and understanding the Global Health perspectives found among all topics of Public Health is what motivates me to try harder and harder each day to achieve my ultimate career goal in the near future! I learned about OpenWetWare from Biology 210 Professor at American University (Meg Bentley), and I've joined because I would like to join OWW because our lab instructor sent the class an e-mail (American University) to register for an account so that we may use the website and enter data into the site during our labs.. In addition to having to open an account with OWW, it will be a great tool to be able to look back and keep up with my notebook as I take on this semesters Biology 210 course!
- Year, PhD, Institute
- Year, MS, Institute
- Year, BS, Institute
The following are research interests I plan to focus on as my academic career progresses:
- 1 - Virology/Pathophysiology
- 2 - Immunology
- 3 - Epidemiology
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