Samuel Boezwinkle

Samuel  Boezwinkle
  • Undergraduate Intern
  • Steece-Collier Lab

Samuel Boezwinkle is a sophomore majoring in Neuroscience at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. His goal is to become a physician. Sam started working in the Steece-Collier lab when he was a junior in high school and continues working in the lab on college breaks, including over his summer breaks. His skill sets include brain sectioning and mounting, stereotaxic surgery, quantitative stereological cell counting and neurite outgrowth assessment, immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization. In his spare time he built a ‘gene gun’ for the lab to enable diolistic dye labeling of neurons, plays chess, and fosters and trains service dogs.