Kathleen is a neuroscientist who can be found curled up with a good book, baking, or running when not in the lab. She is currently a PhD student at the University of Rochester Medical Center where she studies multi-organ communication following stroke. While she enjoys bench work, she plans to combine her love of reading and writing into a science communication career.
Articles by Kathleen Miller-Rhodes
During my first year of graduate school, I learned how to isolate bone marrow. I remember watching my mentor in awe, wondering how would I be able to do such a difficult technique. Flash forward to a few weeks later and I was confidently undertaking bone marrow isolation. Learning a new technique is always daunting,…