Larissa Unruh has joined the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists (LFHCfS). She says:
It is ridiculously hard being the wearer of such incredibly luxuriant flowing hair. Not only do I have to deal with the envious stares of those with lesser hair, but I have to spend a lot of time trouble shooting to ensure that my hair remains both optimally luxuriant and flowy. I am ecstatic to have found a group specifically for scientists, such as myself, who have been endowed with such fabulous locks. I am currently working as a crystallography research assistant at the University of Oregon studying mutations in a red fluorescent protein called mKeima. However, I will be shifting my focus, if not my hairstyle, in July 2012 when I start as a research epidemiologist for the San Joaquin County Department of Public Health Services.
Larissa Unruh, BS, MPH, LFHCfS
Biophysics/Crystallography Research Assistant
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, USA
In July 2012, I will become an epidemiologist for the San Joaquin County Department of Public Health Services, Stockton, California, USA.