Nina is a research associate on the operations team for the Allen Institute for Immunology. She is involved in setting up the newly-formed lab and is also responsible for sample management, quality control, lab supply, and equipment maintenance. Some of her previous research work includes the study of nanoparticle drug delivery systems for the treatment of HIV at the Woodrow Group, auto-segmentation of fetal brain MRIs with the Biomedical Image Computing Group, and work on a simulator for caudal injections in conjunction with anesthesiologists at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She has previous lab management and operational experience from work at Dr. Ferric Fang’s microbiology lab at UW. Nina received her degree in Bioengineering from the University of Washington, with a focus on Molecular and Materials Bioengineering.