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I'm a medical researcher by education and training, and also a US Army soldier. I was educated at Harvard University and University of Cambridge. My obvious fields of concentration for writing would be physical sciences, health and medicine, sports and fitness, food and nutrition. But I am also well-read and well-traveled so I have diverse experience in travel and leisure, social and political sciences, arts, music, and fashion. I've also written wedding vows for my friends! I'm a Boston Celtics fan and love playing tennis and volleyball. Lastly, I have a mini sharpie dog named Muffin.
In-depth molecular characterization of esophageal oncogenesis has improved over the recent years. Advancement in molecular biology and bioinformatics has led to better understanding of its genomic landscape. More specifically, analysis of its pathogenesis at the genetic level has uncovered the involvement of a number of tumor suppressor genes, cell cycle regulators, and receptor tyrosine kinases. Due to its poor prognosis, the development of clinically applicable biomarkers for diagnosis,...
developing novel techniques for diagnosing cancer; PhD level studies.
Company: University of Cambridge
I worked there from 1/2015 until 12/2018
Company: Dartmouth College
I worked there from 7/2019 until now
subject matter expert in warfare defense and weapons of mass destruction
Company: US Army
I worked there from 1/2018 until 4/2019
understanding drug resistance and developing drug combinations to overcome it
Company: Dana-Farber/Harvard Medical School
I worked there from 8/2011 until 12/2014