Gretchen Neigh, Ph.D.
Massey Cancer Center research program membership
Cancer Prevention and Control
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology,
School of Medicine
PhD, The Ohio State University (2004)
I study the molecular mechanisms by which stress, including stress early in life, impacts risk and resilience. This has relevance to Massey in terms of both outcomes for patients and support for caregivers.
Disease focus of research
Brain & nervous system, Endocrine/neuroendocrine
Animal models,Biomarkers,Cell signaling,DNA damage,Inflammation,Metabolism,Precision medicine,Translational science
Published research (during tenure as a Massey Cancer Center member)
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