Kaylee Nuckolls, Post Baccalaureate Fellow
Kaylee Nuckolls received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Furman University in 2008. She began her post-baccalaureate fellowship in the Khanna laboratory in August 2008. Since that time she has worked on a collaborative project using a sleeping beauty transposon system to elucidate novel genes responsible for metastasis. She has also worked with the cytoskeleton linker protein, Ezrin, to clarify where in the metastastatic cascade this protein functions. She will begin medical school at the University of North Texas in July of 2010.