Company: Bristol-Myers Squibb
Job title: Research Scientist
Ethel is currently a Research Investigator at Bristol Myers Squibb in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She completed her postdoctoral training at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, studying various aspects of the tumor microenvironment and its role in disease progression. During her postdoctoral fellowship, she worked on multiple tumor mouse models to unravel fundamental mechanisms of cancer cell metastasis. Prior to her postdoc, Ethel received her PhD from St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis Tennessee where she studied how proangiogenic genes are regulated by cellular stress pathways in various pediatric solid tumors.
Leveraging Preclinical Mouse Models to Understand Cancer Cell Behavior at Secondary Sites & Quantify the Risk of Tumor Metastasis 9:40 am
• Understanding the nature of cancer heterogeneity and how this necessitates personalized therapies • Conducting predictive analysis to determine tumor aggression and metastatic spread likelihood • Utilizing multiple syngeneic mouse models to trace the fate of metastatic cells from the primary site to distant organsRead more
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