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Molly Hague - July 2015

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Molly Hague is a student at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Dentistry, class of 2016. Hague graduated from Drury University, Springfield, Missouri, with a Bachelor's degree in biology.  She earned several accolades while studying at Drury University, including the 2011 Outstanding Senior Woman at Drury University and the 2011 Laura Bond Award, Biology Honors. 

Hague is interested in craniofacial anomalies and development. Her career aspirations are to specialize in orthodontics, complete a craniofacial orthodontic fellowship and to join a craniofacial anomalies team. She has completed two summer research fellowships at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research. In her first fellowship in 2010, her research focused on Treacher-Collins Syndrome and research was conducted on the palate development of Tcof1 mice. During her second fellowship the following summer, she conducted research on craniofacial development and analyzed histologically stained coronal/frontal sections of Tcof1;Pax3 heterozygous mice palate development.