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
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.