Research Associate II
Kyla Berry joined the Allen Institute in 2018 as a Research Associate on the Imaging team. Her current focus is aiding in the development and scale up of the new mFISH pipeline for cell type identification.
Kyla received her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry at the University of Washington in 2017. During her undergraduate years and afterwards, she worked in the Fu Group at the University of Washington developing and optimizing nonlinear optical imaging modalities, namely, simulated Raman scattering (SRS) microscopy. In addition, Kyla demonstrated the feasibility of using SRS for a wide range of applications including live-cell imaging, forensic latent fingerprint chemical identification, and cell metabolite quantification.