Hannah Megathlin


  • BA in Biology with a concentration in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Connecticut College


Bioinformatics/Computational Biology, Cancer, Genomics, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Stem Cells

Brief Biography

Hannah has been working at The Jackson Laboratory as a research assistant for the Physiology and Cardiac Phenotyping core in the Center for Biometric Analysis for the last year and a half. In this work, combined with her undergraduate focus, she has come to be interested in how genes interact and how this presents in overall physiology and disease states. Hannah is particularly interested in diseases that have complex genetic factors. She is also interested in the role of transcription in phenotypic variation. A fun fact about her is that she can sing the alphabet backwards.