Adam Stein, MD, PhD
Taubman Emerging Scholar
Assistant Professor, Internal medicine
Dr. Stein studies epigenetic mechanisms in the heart, and how this relates to cardiovascular aging and disease.
Dr. Speer’s research focuses on a personalized approach to breast cancer treatment, finding more effective, targeted therapies for patients depending on the genetic characteristics of their tumors.
Dr. McLean’s research focuses on the role of stem cells in ovarian cancer development and recurrence, and the preclinical and clinical investigation of new treatments for ovarian cancer.
Scott Tomlins, MD, PhD The A. Alfred Taubman Emerging Scholar Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology Dr. Tomlins is a pathologist with expertise in prostate cancer genomics. His laboratory is focused on utilizing high-throughput approaches to characterize prostate, bladder, and adrenocortical cancers at the molecular level to understand cancer biology and identify clinically relevant biomarkers and therapeutic…
Kanakadurga Singer, MD Assistant Professor, Pediatric Endocrinology Edith Briskin / SKS Foundation Emerging Scholar Dr. Singer is a pediatric endocrinologist, and her research seeks to understand how obesity-induced inflammation progresses to cardiovascular and metabolic diseases like insulin resistance and diabetes. By investigating the mechanisms linking obesity and systemic inflammation, she hopes to identify effective medical and dietary interventions…