Interning at Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute

Cynthia Martucci and Angelina Shao begin internships at cc-TDI, Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute as undergraduates for the summer of 2019, and we learn about their projects, mentorships, and what it is like to work as a scientist in a progressive biotech lab devoted to pediatric cancer research.

Cynthia Martucci just finished her freshman year and is assisting with the DIPG Tumor Cell Hotel project, her work mainly devoted to materials discovery merging oncology with biomechanics at the molecular level. Angelina Shao just completed her junior year in college, on a medical path, and is exploring the effects of a multiple array of therapies on different pediatric cancer cell lines, including clear cell sarcoma. Click here for podcast:

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