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Severe Weather Alert - Updated: 11:30 am, January 17, 2018

Due to rapidly changing weather conditions, all Wake Forest Baptist Health clinics will be closing today (January 17, 2018) at 2 pm, and will reopen tomorrow (January 18, 2018) by 10 am. 
Urgent Care – Clemmons and Urgent Care – Mocksville will be closing today (January 17) at 4 pm, and will reopen tomorrow (January 18) by 10 am.
If you have questions, please contact the clinic directly.

Ivy Mead, MS

Ivy Mead
Laboratory Manager of US Bioproduction at InSphero Inc.
Brunswick, Maine

Year Matriculated: 2012

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Education: Smith College, Northampton MA. BA (High Honors - Biological Sciences)
M.S. - Molecular Medicine and Translational Science Graduate Program, August 2015;
Wake Forest Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Advisor: Colin E. Bishop, PhD. Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine.

Research Interests: human “body-on-a-chip” biotechnology/3D liver microtissue

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