Tatum Doyle attends the University of Michigan and she anticipates to graduate in the winter of 2019. She is a double major in BCN (Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience) and Philosophy. She is pre-med/pre-law student, with the hopes of going to medical or law school in order to possibly pursue a career field related to both.
Tatum started working in the lab June 2016 and has worked on projects such as the Ivy GAP Microglia project as well as being on the Image Analysis Team. Besides being involved with the Swanson Lab, Tatum has also completed independent research studies with her professors at Michigan. Tatum is involved in the various organizations on her campus as well. She is a member of Active Minds; a suicide and depression awareness group on campus that raises money for research. She is also an Intern Representative for the University of Michigan Opportunity Hub. Tatum is a member of Phi Alpha Delta, a professional law fraternity on Michigan’s campus. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and drawing.