Tammy Willis

Administrative Manager

Tammy oversees U2M2 planning, budgeting, forecasting, grant reporting and departmental financial reports, post-award grant budgets and serves as liaison with faculty home departments. In addition to supervising the U2M2 administrative staff, she coordinates HR components, payroll, and procurement. She also interfaces with university resources for building maintenance/upgrade, and inventory, manages purchasing approvals, P Card, and serves as faculty liaison.


Laura Mccarty

Grants and Contract Officer

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Rachel Williams

Accounting Specialist

Rachel capably manages a wide variety of services to U2M2 including daily procurement, reallocation, reconciling, audits, inventory, supply ordering and distribution, work orders, building maintenance, upgrades, mail, Fed Ex, filing, scheduling meeting rooms, LPC checks, journal entries, and external invoicing. She also is key with launching new faculty & laboratory members by assisting them with building access keys, surplus, telephone, solutions billing, phone billing, and departmental deposits.


Brandie Thomas

Administrative Assistant / Public Notary

Brandie provides a vast array of support services for the U2M2 Program including posting available positions and processing new hires, helping with visa applications, assisting with Kronos, payroll, and employee reimbursements. She also helps coordinate travel, meetings and events, and schedules conference rooms. As an official public notary, she also can assist with witnessing documents.


Diana Lim

IT Project Manager

Diana offers graphics project assistance to U2M2 faculty by processing laboratory data into figures for manuscripts, grants, posters, and assorted professional presentations. With a background in digital scientific illustration techniques, she is a resource to instructors, fellows, post-docs and graduate students on appropriate and hands-on usage of Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat, InDesign, Prism, Excel, PowerPoint, and microscopy-based software packages.