Aubrey Ibele joined the Peccoud Lab in June 2017 as a Graduate Research Assistant. Aubrey has a B.S. in Biology from Gonzaga University where she researched the link between Human Huntington’s disease and variable expression of genes associated with the circadian rhythm. As a Master’s student of biomedical engineering in the Peccoud Lab, Aubrey worked on the experimental side of the iVector project, which is aimed at designing and testing novel, synthetic expression vectors that can be used in biologics manufacturing.
After earning her Master’s degree in bioengineering and biomedical engineering from Colorado State University in 2018 Aubrey accepted the position of Research Associate and Laboratory Manager. She enjoys the outdoors and can be found mountain biking, hiking, camping, and downhill skiing in her free time.