Stephenie Rogers, Rotation Student

Stephenie Rogers graduated from Houston Baptist University with a Bachelor of Science and honors in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. During her undergraduate work, she was accepted to the Honors Biology research program. In this program, she designed and conducted an experiment to determine the potential of combination phage-antibiotic therapy as an alternative to antibiotic resistant infections. Currently, Stephenie is a first-year graduate student at University of Texas Medical Branch in the Graduate School of Biomedical Science (GSBS) on the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology track. In the Nir lab, her research is primarily focused on identifying and imaging genes expressing senescence-associated secretory phenotype, as well as determining if compartment-switching events in this region are reversible.

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