Molly Moore, B.A.
Molly is a first-year graduate student in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences program. Prior to starting graduate school, Molly was a Research Associate in the lab of Dr. Fadi Najm at the Broad Institute, where she worked on developing and applying CRISPR-based technologies to characterize how regulatory elements shape gene expression. Molly completed her bachelor’s degree in Biology and English at Bowdoin College, where she studied 3D genome organization in fruit flies in Dr. Jack Bateman's lab. She is excited to join the Tothova Lab as a rotation student to explore the role of transposable elements and chromatin topology in myeloid malignancies. Outside of the lab, Molly enjoys churning homemade ice cream, spending time outdoors, making ceramic mugs, and reading speculative fiction.