Alicia Santos

Fiering lab

Alicia attended UC Irvine in her home state of California and graduated with a degree in Chemistry with a concentration in Chemical Biology. She is currently a 2nd year, part of the Dartmouth's Microbiology and Immunology program where she hopes to continue her interests in cancer research now from an immunological view. She was the recipient of the NIH-Maximizing Access to Research Careers award (MARC), American Chemical Society Scholars Scholarship, and Allergan Undergraduate Fellowship. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, watching movies, going to Disneyland, and snuggling with her dog. 


HB Hinman Box 7937

Selected Publications

  • Sen, S. R.; Sanders, E. C.; Gabriel, K. N.; Miller, B. M.; Isoda, H. M.; Salcedo, G. S.; Garrido, J. E.; Dyer, R. P.; Nakajima, R.; Jain, A.; Caldaruse, A.-M.; Santos, A. M.; Bhuvan, K.; Tifrea, D. F.; Ricks-Oddie, J. L.; Felgner, P. L.; Edwards, R. A.; Majumdar, S.; Weiss, G. A. Predicting COVID-19 Severity with a Specific Nucleocapsid Antibody plus Disease Risk Factor Score; 2021.

    Bhasin, A.; Sanders, E. C.; Ziegler, J. M.; Briggs, J. S.; Drago, N. P.; Attar, A. M.; Santos, A. M.; True, M. Y.; Ogata, A. F.; Yoon, D. V.; Majumdar, S.; Wheat, A. J.; Patterson, S. V.; Weiss, G. A.; Penner, R. M. Virus Bioresistor (VBR) for Detection of Bladder Cancer Marker DJ-1 in Urine at 10 PM in One Minute. Anal. Chem. 2020.