Craig Smuda

Craig Smuda is a student in the Medical Scientist Training Program at Northwestern and is currently performing graduate research in the laboratory of Melissa Brown, professor of microbiology-immunology, where he studies how different forms of the protein Ikaros help the cells of the immune system develop.

Content by Craig Smuda

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Science in Society (SiS) is proud to feature the winners of the "Integrated Graduate Program in the Life Sciences (IGP) Science and Society Class Distinction Award." Written as part of a course on science and society, these papers were chosen to be published on SiS. This month, we present the following piece by graduate student Craig Smuda.