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Nora Enright

Nora is a PhD candidate in Bioengineering and an NSF GRFP fellow. Her work involves novel methods of engineering microbial DNA-modifying enzymes through high-throughput hybridization with the goal of rationally designing high-specificity, high-efficiency enzymes for use in gene therapy.  She holds a BS in Biological Engineering from MIT and an MS in Bioengineering from Stanford. In addition to research, she is interested and involved in science outreach, disability justice, and mutual aid. Outside of the lab she likes reading, going to shows, and testing out new hobbies.