Caitlin BrabbleRose (she/her) is a Doctoral Writing Fellow (DWF) for the Graduate and Postdoctoral Writing Center. She was a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Biological Sciences for five semesters and received the university’s Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award in 2023. In her role as DWF, she will be providing one-on-one feedback to doctoral and postdoctoral students and will lead writing presentations and workshops. She is eager to work with graduate students to develop their writing skills and work with STEM students on building their science communication abilities.
Caitlin completed her B.S. in Biology and B.S. in Environmental Science from North Carolina Wesleyan University (NCWU) in 2018. She worked as a Toxicology Technologist for LabCorp from 2018-2021 and as an Admissions and Advising Coordinator for NCWU from 2020-2021. In 2021, she began pursuing her Ph.D. in Biology at UNC Charlotte, focusing on understanding the molecular internal timekeeping mechanisms of intertidal organisms (if you see her, ask her about crabs!). Caitlin is very involved with extracurricular activities and serves as the President of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Charlotte Chapter and the Vice President for the Association of Biological Sciences Graduate Students.