Charlotte is a Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics Graduate student in the lab. She is from Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Charlotte graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2016 with a B.S. in Biology and minors in both Chemistry and Physics. In Dr. Charlotte Boettiger's biopsychology lab there, she studied differences in functional connectivity between frontal brain structures and the brain's reward system, as related to alcohol use. When not in lab, Charlotte enjoys solving crosswords, taking pictures, and trying new food.


Guo, L.*, H.J. Kim*, H. Wang*, J. Monaghan°, F. Freyermuth°, J.C. Sung°, K. O’Donovan, C.M. Fare, Z. Diaz, N. Singh, Z.C. Zhang, M. Coughlin, E.A. Sweeny, M.E. DeSantis, M.E. Jackrel, C.B. Rodell, J.A. Burdick, O.D. King, A.D. Gitler, C. Lagier-Tourenne, U.B. Pandey, Y.M. Chook, J.P. Taylor, and J. Shorter. (2018). Nuclear-import receptors reverse aberrant phase transitions of RNA-binding proteins with prion-like domains. Cell. 173(3):677-692. pdf file link (*Co-first author. °Co-second author).





Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
University of Pennsylvania