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Alyssa Hotz

Undergraduate Researcher of Circadian Clock Biology

Alyssa Hotz PortraitAfter completing my undergraduate degree, I am planning to continue my education in a Masters of Public Health program and then Medical School. I hope to do research in my career and am excited about the opportunity to explore new ideas in the Loewe Lab and elsewhere in the future. 

 

Education

Current Undergraduate (Junior) in Genetics and Sociology

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

I am also working toward a Certificate in Global Health.

 

Research

I am currently looking at the process of CLK phosphorylation in the Drosophila circadian clock. 

 

Posters

Hotz, Alyssa, Scheuer, Kate, and Loewe, Laurence (2016) "Clarifying Long-term Memory Formation in Drosophila melanogaster by Integrating the Influences of the Notch and Wingless Signaling Pathways on CREB and ß-Catenin", Poster at the Undergraduate Symposium, UW-Madison, 2016, April 14. (PDF).


Hotz, Alyssa, Scheuer, Kate, and Loewe, Laurence (2015) "Combinatorial Complexity and CLOCK Phosphorylation in the Circadian Clock of Drosophila melanogaster", Poster at the Undergraduate Symposium, UW-Madison, 2015, April 16. (PDF).


Hotz, Alyssa, Scheuer, Kate, and Loewe, Laurence (2014) "The Phosphorylation Process of CLOCK in the Circadian Clock of Drosophila melanogaster", Poster at the Intro Bio 152 UG Symposium, Union South, UW-Madison, 2014 Dec 9. (PDF).