Beatrice Razzo was a Penn undergraduate student majoring in Biochemistry. She worked in the lab from September 2009 to May 2012. She is originally from Limeira, Brazil. She enjoys swimming, studying languages and learning more about arts. Beatrice graduated in 2012 and went on to work as a research specialist at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia before pursuing her MD at the Perelman School of Medicine at The University of Pennsylvania.
Sweeny, E.A., M.E. Jackrel, M.S. Go, M.A. Sochor, B.M. Razzo, M.E. DeSantis, K. Gupta, and J. Shorter. (2015). The Hsp104 N-terminal domain enables disaggregase plasticity and potentiation. Mol. Cell. pdf file link
April, 2012. Beatrice and Liz, after Beatrice wins the 'Founders Award' for best poster at The Annual Biochemistry Major Poster Session!