Sarah Dreher started her science career at the College of Wooster earning a B.A. in biochemistry in 2009 with focused research on class II small heat shock proteins. She then transitioned to laboratory technician at the University of Virginia Medical Center studying the genetic controls of lupus nephritis. Sarah returned to school and earned her Master’s degree in biochemistry from the Ohio State University in 2013 with research focus on post translational modifications in histone H3 proteins using peptide chemistry. At Beagle, Sarah will be applying her HPLC and peptide biochemistry experience to the purification of cyanobacterial toxins. She will also be applying her excellence in baking to expanding the rest of the Beagle Pack’s waistlines!