DILIsym Services Division
Hannah Scanlon is a summer intern with DILIsym Services. In this role, she is working to advance the RENAsym software by implementing a representation for podocyte bioenergetics and function.
Hannah is currently a Ph.D. student in the Department of Mathematics at Duke University. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics with a minor in Biology from Wake Forest University. Her area of interest is dynamical systems modeling of human physiological systems. Specifically, her current work is developing a multi-scale model of bidirectional feedback between dynamic microtubules and cargo in an injured neuron to investigate the processes underlying axon regeneration.