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INFORMATION FOR

Anjelica Martin, RLATG

Research Associate 1 – Immunobiology

Contact Information

Anjelica Martin, RLATG

Mailing Address

  • Yale School of Medicine

    10 Amistad Street, Palm Lab

    New Haven, CT 06519

    United States

Biography

An experienced Animal Scientist with a demonstrated history in academic research. Skilled in animal husbandry, health, and handling as well as multi-project management and high-level coordination for research laboratories. Current work involves managing Dr. Palm's gnotobiotic colonies for exploration studies of the gut microbiome and identifying the interactions between human microbiota and their hosts. 

While Anjelica is available for gnotobiotic planning and consulting, gnotobiotic collaborations can be discussed with Dr. Noah Palm directly.

Education & Training

  • BS
    University of Connecticut, Animal Science (2015)

Honors & Recognition

AwardDate
The Staff Service Recognition Award for Five Years of Service2021

Professional Service

OrganizationRoleDate
American Association of Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS)Invited reviewer for Microbiological Decontamination in Biocontainment AALAS Learning Library course.2022
The Kapor CenterYale Biotech Club - Summer 2022 Internship with The Kapor Center2022
New Haven Public Schools2022 Public School Science Fair Judge2022
Internal Communications Focus GroupParticipant2022
Yale Medical Symphony OrchestraTrombonist for YMSO. 2022 - Present
Dean's Advisory Council (DAC) on LGBTQIA+ Affairs, Yale School of MedicineAnjelica serves on the board as one of the co-chairs for the Community & Visibility (C&V) Working Group. C&V is one of several subgroups that make up the Dean's Advisory Council on LGBTQIA+ Affairs.2020 - Present
Yale LGBTQ Affinity GroupCommunications co-chair, helps manage social media for the LGBTQ Affinity Group.2020 - Present
New Haven Youth and Recreation Department2020 and 2021 Halloween Haunted Road Volunteer2020 - 2021
Yale IMPACT Research TeamYale 'Implementing Public Health Action Against Coronavirus in Connecticut' Research Team; COVID-19 Biorepository2020
Southern New England American Association for Laboratory Animal ScienceMember2020 - Present
IACUC Training Focus GroupFocus group for MAPS and training development.2019
American Association for Laboratory Animal ScienceMember2016 - Present