Jaclyn is an undergraduate student at Northeastern University, where she is pursuing a double major in bioengineering and biology. She previously worked at Editas Medicine, where she used CRISPR to engineer natural killer cells to fight cancer, and at the Wyss Institute, where she helped develop a lymph node-on-a-chip. Jaclyn joined the Sharpe Lab in January of 2019, and studies the role of PD-1 in regulating the CD8+ T cell response to tumors. She works with multiple post docs to discover new ways to harness the power of the immune system to fight cancer. In her free time, Jaclyn enjoys running, singing, doing puzzles, and exploring Boston.