Sarah Waye has joined the lab as a DBBS Graduate Student (Developmental, Regenerative and Stem Cell Biology ). Sarah received her degree in Neurobiology from Georgetown University in 2015. During her years as an undergraduate, she was a Georgetown Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Scholar working in the lab of Dr. Christopher Albanese. In the Albanese Lab, Sarah studied the effects of tumor suppressor p53 on chemotherapeutic responses in prostate cancer and medulloblastoma. In the Morris Lab, she will be developing in vitro differentiation models for tracking induced hepatocyte (iHep) identity through maturation.