Amy Wang, BA
Amy was a computational research associate in the Tothova lab from 2020-2022. She is currently back in the lab as an ASH Honors student for the summer to carry out an independent project. Originally from Seattle, she graduated from Brown University in 2020, where she majored in computational biology and completed an undergraduate thesis involving a comparative analysis of various genetic fusion detection programs. After "graduating" from the Tothova lab, she matriculated at the Washington State University medical school in the summer of 2022. Outside of the lab, she enjoys reading, drawing, and the occasional jog.