Alberta Transplant Applied Genomics Centre

Katelynn Madill-Thomsen BSc

Katelynn Madill-Thomsen, BSc.
Graduate Student

Katelynn holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry with a Biology minor from The King’s University in Edmonton, AB. She has spent several years working in the private sector for research companies, and has experience in metabolomics, proteins, tissue culture, genetics, transcriptomics, microarrays, and technical writing. She joined Dr. Halloran’s lab in January of 2017, and is studying microarray analysis of transplant biopsies with a special focus on inflammation.