Channel

Boston College

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R&D Budget

$30.4 Million

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Number of Labs

50

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Number of Scientists

100


PROFILE

Elise Gray

Boston College

Gubbels Laboratory

Trying to investigate the life cycle of parasites

Primary Research

Parasitology

Challenges

Parasitic Disease
Toxoplasmosis

“One of the biggest misconceptions about being a scientist is that it is very uncreative work. But, one of the reasons why I chose to go into science is because it is very creative. The more creative sorts of people we have from all sorts of different places, the science will advance faster. The more different viewpoints we have, the better we'll be. I think science is for everyone, and anyone can do science.”
– Elise Gray

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curious about how to get rid of certain parasites based on their life cycle
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ABOUT Elise Gray

  • Nationality
  • United States
  • Were my parents scientists?
  • Neither
  • Am I worrier?
  • No
  • Am I imaginative?
  • Somewhat
  • Am I competitive?
  • Somewhat
  • Am I spontaneous or a planner?
  • Both