Amber is a proud alumna of Oklahoma State University after receiving a B.S. in Microbiology/Cell and Molecular Biology with a focus on Molecular Genetics in the laboratory of Dr. Kim Burnham. Her research focused on Endothelial Monocyte-Activating Polypeptide II and its effects on Dendritic Cells and T-cells. In 2015, she joined the laboratory of Dr. Silvia Kreda investigating various biological compounds on Calu-3 mucus secretion in the UNC Cystic Fibrosis Center.
Joining the Vincent lab in 2016, Amber focuses on mHA bone marrow transplantation models amongst other ongoing projects including rational immunotherapy selections and vaccine studies. Amber’s passions include development of B and T cell memory and genetic approaches to oncological immunotherapy.
In her free time, she enjoys conversing, traveling, and spending time with family and her adorable Whoodle, Ozzie.