Caroline Conway, A.B.
Caroline recently graduated from Harvard College, majoring in Chemical and Physical Biology with a secondary major in history. She has worked in our lab since her junior year in college and carried out her honors thesis in our lab. Prior joining our lab, Caroline worked in Dr. Cliff Tabin’s laboratory, where she utilized mouse models to investigate the relationship between variants of EDAR and mammary gland density. Caroline has also worked in the pharmaceutical oncology industry, where she analyzed clinical trial data to help create a comprehensive safety profile for investigational therapies treating hematological malignancies and solid tumors. She is incredibly excited to join the Tothova Lab in her new role as a research associated and contribute to the mission to better understand the role that chromatin topology plays in myeloid malignancies. Outside of the lab, Caroline enjoys reading, knitting, and dancing with the Harvard Ballet Company and Harvard Radcliffe Modern Dance Company.