Caleb Lareau

 

Associate
 

Caleb is a senior at the University of Tulsa where he maintains a 4.0 GPA pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Biochemistry. Prior to attending TU, Caleb completed high school at the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics in Oklahoma City. After graduating high school, Caleb conducted research on the genetic basis of complex diseases as a Sir Alexander Fleming Scholar at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation under the supervision of Dr. Courtney Montgomery. Caleb continues to work with the Montgomery lab as an adjunct programmer, where he has led the discovery of the first genetic association with the rare immunological disorder neurosarcoidosis.