CMP graduate student, Eileen Lynch, featured as First Person in DMM

First Person is a series of interviews with the early-career first authors of select papers published in Disease Models & Mechanisms.

Congratulations to Eileen Lynch, 5th year CMP graduate student in the lab of Masatoshi Suzuki, on her recent paper published in Disease Models & Mechanisms (DMM) and for being selected for an interview as part of their First Person series. Read Eileen’s interview about her work on the role of skeletal muscle in ALS disease progression here.