Isabelle brings a diverse research background to the team at Lytica Therapeutics. She got her B.S. in Biology from Gettysburg College, where she studied host range capabilities in bacteriophages as well as the ecotoxicological effects of trace antidepressants on bleaching within cnidarians. She also has completed research while abroad in Zanzibar, Tanzania, where she studied antipredatory behaviors of primates, and embarked on a research mission to the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal to study sustainability in agriculture in the wake of climate change. Most recently, she has focused her work in pharmaceuticals while working on one of the COVID-19 vaccines.