Company: University of Michigan
Job title: Professor - Medicine
I am a physician-scientist and trained as a medical geneticist in the care of high-risk cancer and medical genetics patients. Clinically, I lead the Division of Genetic Medicine that cares for over 3000 high-risk cancer and medical genetics patients per year. I oversee 30 faculty and staff members who are involved both in the research of the genetic basis of human disease as well as in the care at a system-wide level for genetics patients at Michigan Medicine. My research interests focus on understanding the role of protein phosphatases in driving human cancer development and progression. I completed residency training in internal medicine and fellowship training in Medical Genetics at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.
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