Undergraduate Student, Stony Brook University (3/24/08-2012)
Undergraduate Student, Stony Brook University (9/23/08-2012)
Graduate Student, Molecular and Cellular Biology Program, Stony Brook University (3/31/08-present)
MSTP student, Stony Brook University (1/1/09-3/31/09)
Undergraduate Student, Stony Brook University (2008-2010). 2009 recipient of the URECA Summer Research Program (6/1/09-8/7/09) and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Undergraduate Summer Research Fellows Program
Undergraduate Student, Stony Brook University (6/10/9-6/30/10).
Medical Student, Stony Brook University (5/27/10-6/30/11)
Medical Student, Stony Brook University (6/10/10-6/30/11)
Graduate student, Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology, Fulbright Colombia Scholar. Stony Brook University (Thesis advisor) Molecular markers of cervical transformation and carcinoma. (5/01/11-11/04/15). Current Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Therapeutic Radiology, Yale School of Medicine
Graduate Student, Molecular and Cellular Biology Program, Stony Brook University (8/23/10-11/5/10) Analysis of HPV and p16 in cervical neoplasia.
High School Student, recipient of the 2011 Simons Summer Research Program. Stony Brook University undergraduate student.
Simons Fellow Summer 2011- June- August. Undergraduate research rotations (Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Fall 2015), Co-localization of K17 and p27. Awards: American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Thomas J. Bardos Science Education Award (2015), 2nd place AACR-Gary J. Miller Undergraduate Prizes for Cancer Research (2015)
Undergraduate Student, Stony Brook University (6/01/10-7/31/12). Howard Hughes Summer Research Scholar, 2011.
Graduate student, Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology, graduate student research rotation. Stony Brook University. Cervical cancer biomarker discovery and validation. (2012)
MD, PhD student, research rotation, MSTP Program, Stony Brook University, 2012.
Medical Student, Stony Brook University (6/8/13-present)
Medical Student, Scholarly Concentrations Program/MD with Recognition program. Keratin 17 and stem cells in breast cancer. (6/1/2013-present)
Medical Student, Scholarly Concentrations Program/MD with Recognition program Keratin 17 and HPV in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (6/1/2013-present)
Lily L. Yung
Medical Student, Scholarly Concentrations Program/MD with Recognition program, Effect of Taxoid treatment on breast cancer stem-like cells. Co-mentor with Dr. Emily Chen, Columbia University (9/2013-present)
Graduate student, Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology, research rotation, Spring semester, 2014
Medical Student, Scholarly Concentrations Program/MD with Recognition program, Keratin 17 as a biomarker of EMT and tumor aggression (6/2014-present)
MSTP student, Stony Brook Medicine, research lab rotation, 7/14/14-
Medical Student, Stony Brook Medicine, Keratin 17 as a biomarker of pancreatic ductal carcinoma. (6/2014-5/2016)
Juan Carlos Silva
Graduate Student, Science in Genomics, Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez (UACJ), Chihuahua, Mexico. Cervical Cancer screening based on immunocytochemical localization of keratin 17. (July 1- August 31, 2014)
Graduate student, Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology, graduate student research rotation. Stony Brook University. Cervical cancer biomarker discovery and validation. (03/23/2015-05/20/2015)
Medical student, Scholarly Concentrations Program. 2015-present. Immunocytochemical analysis of keratin 17 in cytology specimens.
Schreiber High School, Port Washington, K17 as a negative prognostic biomarker for cancer progression (July-August, 2016)
Senior Honors Thesis Sponsor: Regulation of IGF-1, COX-1 and COX-2 expression by Keratin 17 SANT domain. (Jan 2017-present)
Senior Honors Thesis Sponsor: Hypoxia and Keratin 17 in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (Feb 2017-present)
Senior Project Manager within Development Program Management in the Immunology & Inflammation Therapeutic Area at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. (June 2016 - October 2020)
Medical Student, Scholarly Concentrations Program/MD with Recognition program, Keratin 17 in primary versus metastatic pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma, Identification of Phosphorylation Targets as a Potential Regulator of K17 Solubility in PDAC Cells, Validating K17 as a Negative Prognostic Biomarker and Defining Antibody Targets in the Immune Microenvironment of a Novel PDAC Patient Cohort. Awards: Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society
Martin Leibowitz Award (Internal Medicine): This scholarship is given to a graduating student or students who has done excellent academic work, who has demonstrated superb leadership skills in the medical school community and community at large, and whose goal is to practice internal medicine. Internal Medicine Resident at Vanderbilt University. Intended Field: Pulmonary And Critical Care
Elizabeth Vanner, PhD
Postdoctoral research fellow. Current position: Post-Doctoral Associate Statistician/Clinical Outcomes Researcher, Departments of Pathology and Bioinformatics, SBUMC, 2014- present.
Mariana Torrente Goncalves
Correlation of K17 expression by PDAC cells with changes in the inflammatory microenvironment, Solubilization of keratin 17 filaments promotes the metastatic dissemination of pancreatic cancer. Scientific Consultant at Stream Medical Affairs. Brazil. (July 2019-December 2020)