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Jacqueline Clark

I received my B.S. in Cell and Molecular Biology from Binghamton University, where I worked on the neural basis of chewing inhibition in caterpillars. I joined Tufts University in 2016 and am currently pursuing my PhD in Biology under the guidance of Dr. Barry Trimmer.

IGERT Research
I am interested in the development and remodeling of Manduca flight muscles during pupation. It is our hope that by elucidating the mechanisms by which strong, functional muscles form and find attachment sites, we will be able to recapitulate their development in vitro for use as bioactuators in soft biohybrid machines.

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