Maggie Morash

Rawls Lab Members

MGM/MSTP Graduate Student
CARL 327
Durham, NC 27710
mm751@duke.edu

 

 

Research Interest:
I’m broadly interested in how environmental stimuli interact with and impact our physiology. More specifically, I’m curious about how our diet and microbiome interact with each other and the cells in our gut to guide our metabolism.

Personal Interest:
I’m broadly interested in how environmental stimuli interact with and impact our physiology. More specifically, I’m curious about how our diet and microbiome interact with each other and the cells in our gut to guide our metabolism.

Publication list:

Morash M, Mitchell H, Beltran H, Elemento O, Pathak J. The Role of Next-Generation Sequencing in Precision Medicine: A Review of Outcomes in Oncology. J Pers Med. 2018 Sep 17;8(3):30. doi: 10.3390/jpm8030030. PMID: 30227640; PMCID: PMC6164147.                                              Power KM, Akella JS, Gu A, Walsh JD, Bellotti S, Morash M, Zhang W, Ramadan YH, Ross N, Golden A, Smith HE, Barr MM, O’Hagan R. Mutation of NEKL-4/NEK10 and TTLL genes suppress neuronal ciliary degeneration caused by loss of CCPP-1 deglutamylase function. PLoS Genet. 2020 Oct 16;16(10):e1009052. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1009052. PMID: 33064774; PMCID: PMC7592914.