OB/GYN & Women Health, School of Medicine
Emily is originally from Southern California. She received a B.S. in Cell, Molecular and Developmental Biology from University of California-Riverside in 2014. She began her graduate studies in the Molecular Biosciences Ph.D program at Washington State University in August of 2018 and joined the Winuthayanon lab in March of 2019. She recently graduated in July of 2022 and moved with the Winuthayanon lab to University of Missouri-Columbia as a postdoctoral fellow. Her project focuses on the role of the classical progesterone receptor (PGR) in regulating oviductal muscle cells and distinct oviduct epithelial cell populations during pregnancy establishment. She loves chai lattes, My Chemical Romance, and hanging out with her cat, Penny.