Dylan Millson, BA
Dylan is a research associate in the Tothova Lab. He grew up in North Carolina and graduated from Williams College in 2020 with degrees in chemistry and biology. He was a four-year member of Williams wrestling team. Dylan completed his undergraduate thesis in the lab of Prof. Ben Thuronyi, where he developed a modular DNA toolkit to enable fluorescent proteins to form phase condensates in E. coli. In the Tothova lab, he aims to study genetic and epigenetic aberrations that contribute to myeloid malignancies. When he isn't in the lab, Dylan enjoys reading, lifting weights, and playing electric bass.