Elizabeth Curtis (she/her) is a Project Coordinator for the Malaria and Viral Genomics Groups. She supports the administrative, project coordination, and operations efforts of multiple projects both within the Broad and across our wider collaborative network.
Elizabeth studied Biology at Northeastern University. There, she completed three co-op internships, including a Research Assistant role studying bumblebees at the University of Mons, Belgium, and a QC Lab Technician role at the Samuel Adams R&D Nano Brewery. After graduation, she worked as a Research Technician studying ancient DNA at the David Reich Lab at Harvard Medical School.
Outside of work, you can find Elizabeth playing on various rec league sports teams, traveling, and seeing as much live music as possible.