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Sunset Over New York City

I'm Nikki Camlin, and I am a postdoc at Purdue University in the Department of Biological Science. My research focuses on how good-quality oocytes (eggs) are made to support embryo development. I spend my days looking down microscopes and moving small volumes of liquid. When I am not working with oocytes, I am working with yeast to make discoveries that I can apply to oocytes. Here I am in my fungi (mushrooms) masks, working with my fungi (yeast)

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