About Emma Hinkle

Emma is a first-year graduate student in the Giudice Lab and the Genetics and Molecular Biology Department. Epigenetics is her passion and she is currently investigating the effect on mechanotransduction on alternative splicing. She is a lover of the God who set her free and the husband who makes her laugh. In her free time, she plays violin, reads as many books as possible and drinks many cups of tea and coffee.

by Emma Hinkle February 4, 2019

The new year is a new horizon full of possibilities and potential. While the clean slate can seem daunting to some, to others it represents an opportunity to commit themselves to something new. Although these New Year’s resolutions are good, … Continue reading

by Emma Hinkle April 3, 2018

“Listen. Understand. The Terminator is out there. It can’t be reasoned with, it can’t be bargained with… it doesn’t feel pity or remorse or fear…and it will absolutely not stop. Ever. Until you are dead.” In the movie “The Terminator”, … Continue reading

by Emma Hinkle December 11, 2017

Our bodies are marvels of precise control, synchronization and design. Every one of our cells has the same genetic sequence, but we have many different types of cells – heart, muscle, lung, skin. Amazingly, our body has a mechanism to … Continue reading