Friends of HSF Alumni Speaker Series Virtual Q&A featuring Matt Murray

Topic: What diversity looks like in STEM, internships in research available to undergraduate STEM majors, and what you can do with a degree in biology.

Registration: https://fsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckc-ippjIpEtG5Ib9nhDdhKNL54DyxjaBG

Student Moderator: Jason Puwalski

Submit a question to Matt here: https://bit.ly/MattMurrayQA

Matt Murray is a graduate of the class of 2018 at FSU with a degree in biology. In his time at FSU, he participated in undergraduate research in the department of biomedical sciences in the college of medicine under Dr. Robert Tomko Jr.. Within his three years working in this lab, he completed summer internships at Mount Sinai and Rockefeller University in New York City where he found a deep passion for health-related research. This also led him to complete an undergraduate honors thesis studying the link between dysregulation of the proteasome, an important cellular machine for protein quality control, and type 2 diabetes-associated factors. The experiences he had at FSU directly influenced his decision to enter a Ph.D. program at Yale University, where he is currently studying epigenetic and metabolic modifications that occur in pediatric brain cancers.

Dial-In Information

 

https://fsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckc-ippjIpEtG5Ib9nhDdhKNL54DyxjaBG

Tuesday, March 9 at 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Virtual Event