10/04/21 Welcome rotation student Kimberly Zaldana!

Kimberly graduated from Emory University in 2019 with a BS in Biology and Sociology. She then did a postbac fellowship at the National Cancer Insititue, where she studied the misregulation of CENP-A, a centromeric histone protein, in cancer. To further pursue her immunologic passions, she did another postbac fellowship at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, where she researched the role of genetics and environment in type 2 immunity. In 2021, she joined NYU School of Medicine and is in the Immunology and Inflammation graduate program. She is currently rotating in the Cadwell lab and working with postdoc Ying-Han Chen to characterize the role of fungus in myelopoiesis and trained innate immunity.


Welcome Kimberly!!