Namratha Sastry

Graduate Student

Namratha Sastry is a graduate student in the neuroscience program at Northwestern. She currently studies how microRNAs in the brain can become dysregulated and lead to the development of oncogenes. When not working in the lab, she loves outdoorsy activities (hiking, kayaking, biking) and baking!

Content by Namratha Sastry

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The cut and paste keyboard commands (Ctrl/⌘ X and Ctrl/⌘ V) may seem like commonplace instructions to most computer users, and for good reason.

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A few weeks ago, I saw the new Captain America movie with a few friends.

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My interest in biology stems from the level of complexity and organization found within a single cell.

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Imagine a group of perfect, well-behaved children in a classroom. They listen to everything their teacher says and follow her instructions to the letter.

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My typical morning almost always begins with a cup of coffee.