Photo of Albertina Lee

Albertina Lee

Albertina is a current undergraduate student at the University of Pennsylvania pursuing a Bachelor’s of Applied Science (BAS) in Biomedical Science. In the past at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), she conducted research in identifying differences in gene regulatory sequences between humans and rhesus macaques with trained models as well as discovering shared common sequence features between T and B cell-specific inflammatory gene regulatory elements. As an intern in the Lingappan lab, Albertina is eager to study biomedical research techniques and apply these skills in future medical settings.

In her free time, Albertina enjoys playing the piano and cello, going to museums, and reading an abundance of books.