Emma received her B.S. in bioinformatics from Ramapo College of New Jersey. There she preformed computational based research on the regulation of G-quadruplexes in neurological disorders. Currently, she is developing discovery-based approaches (in silico and in vitro) to identify new genes that may play prominent role in cardiac physiology and disease with a focus on identifying new regulators of cell death.
NHLBI Predoctoral Fellowship (F31) 2018-2023
Oral Presentation Award (3rd place), Dawn Marks Day 2019
Abstract Selected for Oral Presentation, TRiMAD 2019
Abstract Selected for Oral Presentation, AHA Sessions 2019