MOLLY SHALLOW, RESEARCH TECHNICIAN, DEPT. OF BIOLOGY
VERMONT GIRL OBSESSED WITH THE OUTDOORS, MUSIC AND THE BRAIN.
Fascinated by all aspects of the brain, from its development to larger questions of its function and organization, I am a recent Wash U graduate working as a full time patch clamp technician. My primary focus is on cellular mechanisms that are thought to be impaired in diseases such as autism. Additionally, I am particularly interested in the cellular level changes that can occur during development based on external environmental changes.