Anatalia Labilloy earned her MPH in public health genetics from Pitt Public Health in 2013. Her practicum experience and essay were based on lysosomal storage disorders. After completing her MPH, she continued her studies at the University of Pittsburgh and ultimately earned a PhD in human genetics. She is currently a medical resident at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
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Lysosomal storage disorders: From basic science to public health.
This study’s primary aim was to foster basic science research in the field of lysosomal storage disorders by developing and characterizing a cell model for Fabry disease that can be used to understand disease pathogenesis for drug development. An additional aim was to develop a strategic plan for a public health genetics program with focus on Lysosomal Storage Disorders in an underprivileged state in a developing country.
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