Exploring things unseen

Amy Gladfelter, a quantitative cell biologist and an associate professor of biology, is driven by curiosity to study cells — the smallest units of life. Looking through a microscope she describes cells as bustling around like rush hour in a big city and applies that learning in her lab to help researchers to understand complex diseases like ALS.

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