Kiki was a Research Associate working with Dr. Tothova between 2016-2018. She was instrumental in developing different model systems of myeloid malignancies using CRISPR genome engineering and explored potential therapeutic vulnerabilities of cohesin mutant leukemias. Kiki is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Nutrition Science & Policy at Tufts University.
Anastasia was recipient of the Williams-Whitehead scholarship to work in the Tothova lab during the summer of 2018. She investigated therapeutic vulnerabilities of cohesin-mutant leukemias in the context of combination treatments. Anastasia is currently a junior at Williams College, pursuing a major in biology with a minor in biochemistry.