Isabella Panse recently graduated from the International Academy in Bloomfield Hills (MI) with the international baccalaureate diploma. She worked in the Hankenson lab during her second-year of undergraduate education at the University of Michigan, while studying biochemistry and is a part of the Residential College. She also participated in a variety of extracurricular such as serving as the health education co-chair for the Kidney Disease Screening Awareness and Prevention (KDSAP) program, playing clarinet in the Michigan Pops Orchestra, and regularly volunteering at Motts Children’s Hospital.
Isabella joined the Hankenson Laboratory in Winter 2019 and worked with Dr. Rafael Senos on the Notch signaling project. Currently, she is working on the fracture healing project with Dr. Basel Khader, investigating the role of thrombospondin in ischemic fractures. She now works with Adam Helms in his laboratory in the MSRB studying genetic cardiology.