Sarah Danielle Galloway
Sarah Galloway is a Life Science Research Professional 2 at the Stanford Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine studying host-pathogen interactions of Borrelia burgdorferi through a Lyme Disease mouse model. Her research focuses on characterizing the mechanisms of a previously unidentified atypical immune reaction seen with B. burgdorferi infection and identifying therapeutic candidates. Sarah received her B.S in cellular/molecular biology from Humboldt State University in 2019 and started in Weissman Lab as a Bridges 2.0 Scholar for the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine. Sarah plans to attend medical school in 2022 and later specialize in hematopathology with special interests for infectious diseases, pathology, and hematology. Outside of lab Sarah enjoys thriller movies, going to the beach, scrapbooking, Thai tea boba, and spoiling her two cats.