Natalie Rittenhouse

  • Lab Technician

Natalie joined the Poholek lab in 2016 as an undergraduate student in Bioinformatics at the University of Pittsburgh. For her thesis, she developed a python pipeline for RNA-seq analysis as well as analyzes ChIP-seq and ATAC-seq data for the lab. After graduating in 2017, she remained in the lab to work on the low cell number ChIP-seq assay termed CUT&RUN to understand the epigenetics of exhausted T cells in the tumor in collaboration with Dr. Greg Delgoffe's lab at the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center. She left in 2019 to start her PhD at UNC Chapel Hill.