Meet Delaney Fischer in the Price Labbmegrad@virginia.edu
Delaney is a Ph.D. student in Rich Price’s lab. She is the President of GBMES, responsible for coordinating GBMES’ efforts and serving as a liaison between grad students and faculty.
Q: Where did you go to undergrad and what did you study?
I went to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and studied Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering with a supplementary focus on neuroscience.
Q: What is something that you like about your research?
I really like how translational the work is that we do in the Price Lab. One of my lab-mates analyzes patient samples from clinical trials and another lab-mate’s pre-clinical experimental work is transitioning to clinical trials under clinicians at UVA.
Q: What do you like to do when you aren't working on research?
I really like exploring the beautiful landscape where we live by getting out and kayaking and hiking in Charlottesville and the nearby area. I also like to play tennis, volleyball, and soccer with other BME grads and graduate students from other departments.
Find Delaney on Twitter @DataDelaney