Kelsey Wilson graduated from West Virginia University in 2012 with a B.S in Biological Science as well as a B.S in Psychology. Kelsey’s undergraduate research focused on the area’s of behavioral neuroscience and environmental microbiology. In 2014, Kelsey became a graduate student at Florida Atlantic University pursuing her Master’s Degree in Biological Science with research focused on Methionine Sulfoxide Reductase family of enzymes studying epimerization of Methionine Sulfoxide in a biological system. Kelsey is also a graduate teaching assistant for molecular genetics, microbiology, and biotechnology. In 2016, Kelsey joined the Machine Perception and Cognitive Robotics Laboratory to explore it’s wide variety of applications in the biomedical sciences including enzyme kinetics, tumor immunology, and microbiology.