Headshot portrait of Maya Talbott - Bio-X Undergraduate Fellow
2011 Undergraduate Summer Research Program Participant

Home Department: Biology
Supported by: Bio-X
Mentor: James Chen, Associate Professor of Chemical and Systems Biology, Developmental Biology, and of Chemistry

Maya Talbott is a rising junior majoring in biology and minoring in creative writing. She grew up in New Haven, CT and Palo Alto, CA, where she moved in 2004. She is currently studying zebrafish tail regeneration in James Chen's laboratory. She plans to pursue her passion for the arts and creative writing while studying abroad in Paris next fall. Following the completion of her undergraduate career, Maya aspires to go to medical school where she is interested in studying either endocrinology or gynecology.

Poster presented at the Stanford Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Symposium on August 17, 2011:

Tails of Regeneration: Assessing the Role of sbno2b in Zebrafish Larval Tail Fin Regeneration

Maya Talbott1, Alex Payumo2, Shawn Ouyang2, James Chen2
[Departments of Biology1 and Chemical & Systems Biology2, Stanford University]