Kelli Johnson is seen here at her computer in a Gastroenterology lab at Johns Hopkins University Medical School, where she also works in the institute’s Imaging Suite with a TIRF microscope for viewing the surface of individual cells. The suite is part of the Gastrointestinal Research Core at Johns Hopkins. Kelli’s specialty is human physiology and her research will culminate in her earning her Ph.D in cellular and molecular physiology in about two years.
Kelli Johnson is seen here at her computer in a Gastroenterology lab at Johns Hopkins University Medical School, where she also works in the institute’s Imaging Suite with a TIRF microscope for viewing the surface of individual cells. The suite is part of the Gastrointestinal Research Core at Johns Hopkins. Kelli’s specialty is human physiology and her research will culminate in her earning her Ph.D in cellular and molecular physiology in about two years. DENISE OTTENBACHER Courtesy
Kelli Johnson is seen here at her computer in a Gastroenterology lab at Johns Hopkins University Medical School, where she also works in the institute’s Imaging Suite with a TIRF microscope for viewing the surface of individual cells. The suite is part of the Gastrointestinal Research Core at Johns Hopkins. Kelli’s specialty is human physiology and her research will culminate in her earning her Ph.D in cellular and molecular physiology in about two years. DENISE OTTENBACHER Courtesy

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