Camryn graduated with her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and minor in Spanish in May 2021. She joined the Rentschler Lab in September 2018 with research interests involving the molecular mechanisms underlying arrhythmogenesis and the effects of DNA damage and repair on cardiovascular pathways. She is from Boulder, Colorado and spent a semester studying abroad in Madrid, Spain. In her free time, she enjoys testing out new recipes, hiking, and skiing. She is currently a medical student attending NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
Morgan studied Anthropology and Chemistry at Washington University in St. Louis. She joined the Rentschler Lab in 2019 and focused on Notch signaling in mouse heart failure models. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, she spends her free time playing badminton, cooking, and reading ethnography.
Undergraduate Student & Research Technician II
Kevin joined the Rentschler Lab in June 2016 as an undergraduate student. Kevin graduated with his B.S. in Biology from WashU in May 2019, and he remained in the lab as a Research Technician II. He is currently an MSTP student at WashU. His research interest included molecular mechanisms underlying the interaction between Wnt signaling and cardiac diseases. He is originally from China, but has lived in Singapore, Malaysia, studied abroad in England, and currently lives in St. Louis. In his spare time, he captains the WashU rugby team, enjoys watching movies, and climbs active volcanoes.