Michelle Misterly, Cytogenetics Specialist

As a part of WiCell's remote team, Michelle works from her home in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan performing chromosomal analysis. Her previous experience includes 5 years as a Medical Technologist in a hospital laboratory.

Michelle graduated from Northern Michigan University with a bachelor degree in Biology, an associate degree in Clinical Laboratory Science, and a second bachelor's in Diagnostic Genetics. Following this she obtained an initial certification as a Medical Laboratory Technician by the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) and completed the Cytogenetic Technology program at the Mayo Clinic. Michelle is currently an ASCP certified Cytogenetics Technologist.

"I love that WiCell values family and offers such an amazing work-life balance, which allows me to spend more time with my two children."

In her spare time Michelle works as a volunteer firefighter, which she has done so for over 13 years.