Sarah Dobbins


Hello! I graduated from Stanford University with a B.S. in Biomedical Computation. I began research by studying aging in C. elegans at the Rogers Lab at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory in Maine. While at Stanford, I researched Huntington’s Disease in the Frydman Lab. I studied Huntingtin aggregation kinetics and helped develop a novel assay to monitor aggregation of disease-linked proteins and to detect aggregates in cerebrospinal fluid samples. After graduation, I worked at Denali Therapeutics on a clinical trial for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Outside of research, I enjoy painting and camping.

Start Date
2023 First Year
QCB Graduate Program