Nitheyaa is an entering first-year undergraduate at GSU, but already had quite a lot of science experience in high school. She was awarded a University Assistantship, and we will be expecting great things from her!
Suman earned her M.S. degree in Medical Neurosciences at Humboldt University in Berlin after completing a B.S. in Microbiology in India. She worked as a research student in the lab of Johannes Vogt at the Charite’ Medical University in Berlin until 2010, after which she moved to the U.S. for family reasons. She has several publications out with more to come. We are fortunate to have someone with her broad skill set in the Pallas Lab.