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Graduate Research Assistant- Drs. Broaddus and Gladden Lab

Savannah is a PhD student in the laboratory of Russell Broaddus and Andrew Gladden. She is currently studying how mutations within chromatin remodelers contribute to endometrial cancer progression.  Savannah is originally from Grosse Ile, Michigan, and graduated with B.S in genomics and molecular genetics from Michigan State University. During her time at MSU Savannah conducted research under the mentorship of Dr. Ripla Arora where she investigated the effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) on the 3-D physiologic changes of the peri-implantation uterus. Outside of lab Savannah enjoys trying new restaurants and recipes, reading, and spending time with friends.

  • Pathobiology and Translational Sciences Graduate Program