Keolamau Yee is a research specialist in the lab. Keolamau graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Biological Basis of Behavior in 2014 and was also on the varsity Women's Gymnastics Team. In her free time she enjoys cooking, crafting, making jewelry, and doing yoga. She also enjoys working with senior citizens, and is potentially interested in geriatrics. She has one younger brother named Noa, and calls Hawaii home.
Jackrel, M.E., A. Tariq, K. Yee, R. Weitzman, and J. Shorter. (2014). Isolating potentiated Hsp104 variants using yeast proteinopathy models. J. Vis. Exp. In press.
Kurahara, D., K. Yee, C. Ifuku, A. Herbst, D. Deng, D. Murai MD, and R. Rudoy. (2013). Medical school hotline: medical school affects the career location of pediatric resident graduates. Hawaii J. Med. Public Health. 72(11):401-3. pdf file link