Spotlight on Alumnae: Kelly Hagman '98, Exploring the Human Genome to Treat Disease
It started in high school for Kelly Hagman ’98. In a biology class lecture, her teacher began a new discussion topic: genetics. Hagman was intrigued by the nuances of humans’ inherited characteristics and was fascinated with how eye color, one of the most complex of our hereditary traits, is passed down from parent to child.
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