Tracy Punshon

Academic Appointments

Research Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

The best thing about my research is getting to see the distribution of elements inside cells and tissues. I use spatially resolved elemental mapping to characterize the function of genes involved in metal transport. In my current work, I am mapping the environmental contaminants arsenic, lead, cadmium, and mercury in human placental tissue to understand how these elements influence fetal health.

Contact

603 646 1037
Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center, room 024
HB 6044

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