Margaret got her undergraduate degree in biology from The College of New Jersey. After college, she worked as a post-graduate research associate in the lab of Dr. David Breslow at Yale University studying the role of Rab34 in mammalian primary cilium formation. She is now a graduate student in the Gerstner Sloan Kettering program. Her research utilizes CRISPR base editing technology to probe the functional similarities and differences of mutant p53 proteins. Outside of the lab, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring the city, running, and cooking.