Home: Tigard, Oregon
Jamy is working on engineering a droplet-based microfluidic platform for single molecule digital detection. Additionally, Jamy is building new microfluidic modules for droplet manipulation aimed for single cell ChIP-seq/PCR analysis to understand epigenetic heterogeneity.
When not in lab, Jamy enjoys eating food, cooking food, looking at pictures of food, and watching food related tv shows. She also enjoys petting kittens and puppies.
2015 B.S. Chemistry, Oregon State University
Awards and Recognition
Hannum Fellowship, 2015-16
Roger Adams Fellowship, 2015-16
NSF Graduate Fellowship Honorable Mention, 2016
2nd Place "Big Buck Hunter Pro," 2015