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McLean Chelsea

Chelsea McLean

Ph.D. student

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I did my Ph.D. work on epigenetics in the lab of Paul Soloway at Cornell University.  After completing my degree, I moved first to the University of Oxford, where I studied DNA repair in bladder cancer, then to the NKI where I studied epigenetics in thymomas.

I started as a postdoc in the Voest lab in 2015, where I will focus on the use of organoids to personalize cancer treatment.  Specifically, I aim to identify genes which contribute to the progression from normal tissue to malignant tissue in hereditary cancer.