Danielle is currently a PhD candidate in the Driskill Graduate Program at Northwestern University where she studies how protein quality control in the nucleus can help combat neurological diseases and cancer. Outside the lab, Danielle is interested in STEM education outreach and serves as the Outreach Chair of the Chicago Graduate Student Association. Her other interests include home brewing and listening to storytelling podcasts. Danielle is also an enthusiast of ballet and tries to see to every performance she can.
Content by Danielle Fanslow
The key to youth and beauty may be found in one of the world’s ugliest critters, the naked mole rat.
There is a deadly contagion decimating the population of an island off the coast of Australia.
It’s the playoffs -- the climactic end of baseball's post-season -- and in Chicago, that means watching your favorite team with an ice-cold beverage in one hand and a salty snack in the other.