Shelby Phillips

Graduate Student, ABBS program

Pronouns:  She/Her/Hers


ISB 455



slphillips [at] umass [dot] edu

Shelby graduated from UMass Amherst in 2020 with a B.S. in Biology, a minor in Psychology, and a letter of specialization in Developmental Disabilities and Human Services. She is a Master’s candidate in the Animal Biotechnology and Biomedical Science program at UMass and anticipates graduating in May of 2022. In the Mager lab, Shelby is characterizing the phenotypes of mouse embryos lacking both alleles of two embryonic lethal genes, TATA-binding protein associated factors 12 and 13 (Taf12, Taf13).