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JULIA PARSLEY, Columbia Sophomore, Molecular Biology Major




Major: Columbia

College/Employer: Not available.

Year of Graduation: 2022

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Julia Parsley is a sophomore Rabi Scholar (Research Fellow) in Columbia College studying biochemistry and molecular biology, with a focus on molecular genetics.

She has been working in biology labs for 5 years, involved in projects on:

Neuron death in Lewy Body Dementia (lead)

Mechanisms of IkB regulation

Development of bioengineered self healing living materials (lead, DARPA funded)

Development of living macrological mechanical biosensors (lead, DARPA funded)

3D modeling of breast cancer cell metastasis and development of delivery system for patient derived xenografts

Mechanisms and downstream effects of CPSF4 alternative splicing

Consequences of FIP1L1 alternative splicing (lead)



Past Classes

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S450: DNA and Genomes in Rainstorm Spring 2020 (May. 30 - 31, 2020)
Everything you ever wanted to know about DNA. From: the basic chemistry of the molecule, to the discovery and biology of the gene, to the regulation of gene expression, to how a genome can direct the formation of a human, to viruses, to viroids, to incredibly rare inherited diseases, to crazy DNA facts, to how to manually engineer entire organisms. Yep. Everything about DNA that I (a DNA fanatic) can think to squeeze into an hour. It's going to be a crazy journey.