Lab welcomes new MD/PHD rotation student Collin Link.

Collin is a first-year M.D.-Ph.D. student in the Medical Scientist Training Program at the Yale University School of Medicine. He was born in Eastern Iowa, and earned his bachelor’s degree in Biology from St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. During his undergraduate education and training, he worked on the in vivo effects of hormetic-inducing interventions in the context of memory. In his post-baccalaureate time at the University of Georgia, Collin explored the biology of nucleosome remodelers with cutting-edge sequencing-based methodologies. By rotating in the Wang Laboratory, he hopes to augment his technical skillset with new image-based high-throughput and high-content spatial omics technologies, while contributing to projects that advance fundamental chromatin-related science. In his spare time, he enjoys digital photography, hiking, and cooking. Welcome, Collin!