Kennedi Todd - Undergraduate Researcher
I am an undergraduate majoring in biology, with a biomedical emphasis, and hope to soon add molecular and cellular biology as well. I joined the Beilstein Lab in January of 2017 as a sophomore. I am currently working on the telomerase RNA evolution project focusing on the relationship between telomerase reverse transcriptase and its RNA component in Arabidopsis.
Outside of the lab I am involved in intramural sports and Greek Life. I am extremely competitive and enjoy playing tennis and volleyball. However, my newest interest is in boxing where I work off some steam from school.
The picture is of my dog Boomer and me at Lake Pleasant. Sadly, he is back in my hometown.