Microbiology major Kaitlyn Parra’s aspiration is to use the research experience she has gained at NAU’s world-renowned Pathogen and Microbiome Institute to shape the future of infectious disease. For one of her projects, she is gathering data for research on Valley Fever in canine subjects.
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