Alyssa Roberts

Miller lab

Originally from Minnesota, Alyssa attended North Dakota State University majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  During her undergraduate degree, she studied a variety of topics such as the effects of ligand passivation on cadmium sulfide quantum dots through computational experiments, interactions of heme with IgG, and genetic modification of canola to decrease sensitivity to temperature with the USDA. However, in the MCB program she aims to study autoimmune diseases.  In her free time, she enjoys playing video games, fishing, and spending time with her two cats. 


HB Hinman Box 7936