Susan Carilli is a biotechnician for Idaho National Laboratory involved in designing and executing lab experiments, preparing samples for experiments, maintaining records and files, analyzing and interpreting data and assisting in the writing of academic literature. She earned an associate degree then progressed to a bachelor’s in biotechnology from Brigham Young University-Idaho. She has experience operating hammer mills, knife mills, sample separation tools, autoclaves, micropipettes, chromatographers, and performing SDS-page gels.
B.S., Biotechnology - Brigham Young University
A.A.S., Sciences - Brigham Young University