Koyyalagunta is proficient in Java, Python, C, HTML/CSS and Matlab. She has a range of research experience, having served as an undergraduate research assistant doing work in computational neuroscience in a lab in the Duke Neurobiology department. She worked as a research assistant in the Arenkiel Lab at Baylor College of Medicine analyzing Alzheimer data, and she was a summer intern at NASA Johnson Space Center where she created a C++ cyber security application. She is an undergraduate teaching assistant for CS 101 Intro to Programming and CS 201 Data Structures & Algorithms. And she is currently conducting undergraduate research on protein structure determination. In her free time, she is captain of the Duke Dhamaka competitive dance team, a policy executive of the National Alliance of Mental Illness@Duke, and a group leader in the Females Excelling More in Math, Engineering and Sciences (FEMMES) program.
Class of 2018
Neuroscience and Chemistry