Angelina Tang is a research assistant for the Profit Lab at CPQCC where she assists in coordinating the lab’s research projects and conferences. She looks forward to participating in the development of new tools and protocols aimed to improve the quality of care in the NICU. Angelina CPQCC in August 2018. Previously, she conducted research at Dr. Miri VanHoven’s neurogenetics laboratory at San Jose State University investigating activity-dependent post-embryonic synapse formation in C. elegans. Angelina received a BS in Biological Sciences with a concentration in Systems Physiology at San Jose State University.