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CSUSB ignited alumna’s passion for research

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Teresa Ubina, who earned her master’s degree in biology from Cal State San Bernardino, says the opportunity to conduct high-level research at CSUSB helped her focus on her career goals.

Working with fruit flies to study Alzheimer’s disease, Ubina discovered her love for research, and interned at the City of Hope National Medical Center, working with stem cells to learn more about Alzheimer’s and coming up with a model on how to assess changes that take place in the brain.

Ubina, the 2017 Outstanding Graduate Student for the College of Natural Sciences, has gone on to continue her research work in neurodegenerative diseases.
 


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