Noah Cameron Gaitan earned his M.S. in Biology (June 2023) and B.S. in General Biology with a minor in Global Health (December 2021) at the University of California San Diego. His research background includes previous work in immunology (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) and public health. His primary role in the Translational Virology Core team consists of flow cytometry processing and analysis, writing scientific literature, and presenting findings at infectious disease conferences. Outside of the lab, Noah is a dog dad of 3, a musician, and an avid sneaker collector!