Postdoctoral Research Fellow Tara implies the art of super resolution microscopy to dissect some of the fundamental questions on transcriptional regulation, its impact on chromatin remodeling and gene regulation, particularly, transcription factors that are the primary cause of breast cancer. As a second project, she combines CRISPR gene editing with high-end microscopy to study how immune T cells implant the killing of cancer cells, with an eye on ways to improve cancer immunotherapy. Tara received her Ph.D. from University of Toronto/Hospital for Sick Children, in Canada. In her free time, she enjoys painting, and playing chess. She is also passionate about humanity, and loves hearing people’s stories and inspirations, bonus if it’s over a glass of wine!