Morgan O’Donnell is a junior in the College of Medicine at the University of Central Florida. She is studying Biomedical Sciences under the Molecular Microbiology track and hopes to earn a PhD in systems biology. Her research interests include synthetic biology, molecular biology, and bioinformatics. Currently, Morgan is performing research in Dr. Ken Teter’s lab where she is investigating the mechanism of cholera toxin (CT) disassembly by a chaperone enzyme, protein disulfide isomerase (PDI). Morgan is also a part of the Honors in the Major program at UCF and will defend her thesis on the same topic in fall 2018.
Ken Teter Ph.D.
Systems biology Ph.D.
Medicine and Health Sciences
O'Donnell, Morgan, "Morgan O’Donnell" (2018). RAMP Scholars. 66.