Angela Quach

Master's Student

Angela is a 2nd year MSc student in biology. Her research consists of delivering gene disruption mechanisms (CRISPR and RNAi) into target cell lines on digital microfluidics. She focuses on packaging lentiviruses directly on device to infect breast cancer cell lines with interest regarding the estrogen receptor (alpha). Angela enjoys playing piano or being outdoors when too stressed from grad school and is an avid foodie. She will definitely let you know if there is free food being offered on campus.