Sarah earned a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from University of California, Davis. After moving to the beautiful state of Utah, she worked in Analytical Chemistry for ALS Labs, performing more than 20 different analyses. Returning to academia at the University of Utah, she studied metabolism using the zebrafish model. While continuously adding to her skill set, she supported the lab, assisted post docs, trained students, and created and characterized multiple mutant and transgenic zebrafish lines. Before joining Recursion she made the shift to hematology, working to decode the mechanism of a human gene variant that results in altered platelet function. She also supported several projects aimed at understanding how miRNAs alter megakaryocyte function and platelet production.
Sarah appreciates the outdoors through various hobbies including snowboarding, camping and kayaking. She also enjoys reading sci-fi and fantasy and crafting.
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