Lauren was a cardiovascular genomics researcher at BIDMC, an elementary educator for the Museum of Science overnight camp-in programs, and a third grade inclusion teacher in the Boston Public Schools. She is inspired by her two boys for encountering new challenges with grace and perseverance. She enjoys spending time with her family, playing all sorts of sports and games, painting, cooking, reading and laughing. She loves her walks with her husband and Australian Labradoodle named Ruby-Doo, and is obsessed with cephalopods (especially octopuses) for their amazing adaptations, curious minds and mischievous natures.
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