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Engaging students in research is a key component of our mission. Research plays a key role in the lives of our faculty, and students are invited to work alongside faculty in pursuit of new scientific knowledge. Research offers students the opportunity to take what they have learned in the classroom and put it in to action, all while making connections with their faculty mentor and other students in the laboratory.
Alumni SpotlightOur Alumni Spotlight features Ally Lunich (BS Biology, 2022). After completing her undergraduate degree in Biology, Ally began working at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI/NIH) in Bethesa, MD as a postbaccalaureate intramural research trainee working to understand the effects of current treatments on cells from patients with Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and other leukemia and lymphomas. Click Read More to learn more about Ally, her experiences at TCU, and her current research position.
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- Dr. Ray Drenner Biology Student Research Fund
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May 19, 2023
One in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. It is the most common cancer among women globally, with more than 2 million new cases each year according to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. TCU biology professor Mikaela Stewart is innovating the way we research breast cancer in efforts to transform these harrowing statistics into stories of victory.