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Nicholas Brown

Apr 9, 2020, 16:11 PM
Nicholas received his undergraduate degree (BS) in Biochemistry from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2012. He conducted his undergraduate research under the guidance of Dr. Benjamin Linger studying the function ofTetrahymena telomere binding proteins. After graduation, he joined the Cancer and Cell Biology Graduate Program at the University of Cincinnati and began rotations in July 2012. The following year he joined the Waltz laboratory where he is studying resistance to androgen ablation therapy in prostate cancer. For his dissertation work, he is currently studying the role of Ron receptor signaling in modulating the tumor microenvironment to promote prostate tumor growth following androgen ablation therapy.
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