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Teresa Anguiano, MS

Teresa Anguiano obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Augustana College in 2007 where she double majored in Pre-Medicine and Biology and minored in Biochemistry, Environmental Studies, and Sociology. In 2010, she obtained a Master's degree in Molecular Biology, Microbiology, and Biochemistry from Southern Illinois University. Once having graduated, Teresa began working as a Biologist III at Abbott Laboratories in the Chicagoland area. Currently, she is a graduate student in the Environmental and Occupational Health department at the University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health. She has focused her research on exploring the role of arsenic in pathogenic remodeling of the extracellular matrix and in dysfunctional muscle stem cell regeneration. Aside from her labwork, Teresa has been quite active in her graduate school having served as the Vice-President of the Association of Women in Public Health, executive board member of the Doctoral Student Organization, Doctoral Student Representative of the Pitt Public Health Council, and founder of the EOH Graduate Student Table Talks. Ms. Anguiano has also been a graduate student member of SOT and HOT since 2012.

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