Diana obtained a B.S Degree in chemistry from North Carolina Central University (2017). As an undergraduate she engaged in protein engineering research, which combined organic chemistry, protein engineering and molecular biology to treat various forms of brain disease. Additionally, Diana interned at the University’s technology transfers department revising technology agreements and conducting prior art searches. She graduated from North Carolina Central University School of Law with Honors in 2015. During her time in law school, Diana served as a senior editor for the Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Law Review.
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