Pre-doctoral, doctoral, and post-doctoral research at Drexel, Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Stanford School of Medicine
Cited over 1500 times in peer-reviewed scientific publications
Holds patents on drug development and gene therapy for neurodegenerative disorders
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Dr. Robert Logan comes with many years of expertise and scientific contributions. Robert, is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Eastern Nazarene College (ENC). Robert has accumulated almost a decade of college teaching experience in a wide variety of biological and computational contexts. During this time, Robert held a joint appointment at Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital to conduct Parkinson’s disease research with Dr. Michael Schwarzschild for five years. Robert continues to maintain an active publishing record in high impact journals, publishing as a coauthor at least once every year since 2013. Robert’s research contributions continue at ENC in the pursuit of uncovering telomere dynamics in health and disease by utilizing Third-Generation Sequencing techniques and bioinformatic tools. In his spare time, Robert enjoys listening to music and playing his guitar, spending time at the beach and sailing his boat. Robert is an active member of the First Church of the Nazarene in Lynn, MA and lives in Salem, MA with his family.
At PDx, Dr. Robert Logan continues to aid the investigations around computational biology and multi-omics for early disease detection.
A native Italian that holds a Diploma in Tourism Management and a Management Assistant certificate, with experienced as an Executive Assistant with a career spanning over 16 years across various industries. Cristina has worked most of her life in Italy, France and in the UK and has recently relocated to Amsterdam. In the last position, Cristina supported the President of a large food company and, before that, worked for other international companies such as Bonfiglioli Riduttori S.p.A. and Cushman & Wakefield LLP, in Italy and out of Europe, where she supported either the President or the CEO of the companies. Cristina is fluent in Italian, English, and French and intermediate in Spanish.
In her spare time, she love traveling, playing sports, singing opera, going to concerts, visiting exhibitions, museums, art galleries and everything related to art.
At PDx, Cristina continues to support the executive team with everyday tasks.
Christine is a pre-registration genetic counsellor. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto, studying molecular genetics. She was also a member of the Varsity Blues women’s lacrosse team. She completed her Masters in Genetic and Genomic Counselling at the University of Glasgow, graduating in 2020.
Christine also worked as a cardiac genetic counsellor at Oxford University Hospitals in England before joining PDx. She currently lives in Munich, Germany and enjoys playing sports and walking her greyhound, Wally.
Mr. Dunn is an ambitious, proactive, and innate communicator. He graduated from Strayer University with a Business Degree concentrated in Marketing. Mr. Dunn has almost a decade of marketing and branding experience with an expertise in consultation with consumers, one on one to build long-term relationships. Mr. Dunn enjoys the entire marketing process, from initial brainstorming to sharing the results.
Mr. Dunn joined team PDx in June 2021, with his demonstrated knowledge of digital marketing, public relations, and aesthetic designs. Mr. Dunn, a visual communicator, provides user-friendly techniques for understanding to his audience.
In his spare time, Mr. Dunn enjoys spending time with his beloved wife, Bianca, his two daughters Aubrey and Layla, along with his loyal dog Titan. You will likely find Mr. Dunn on the weekend at a golf course or boat fishing!
Anjali is a rising second year medical student at Touro University California’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. She has a great interest in merging clinical work with diagnostics and personalized medicine. Anjali performed prior research at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine’s Brain Sciences Institute under the mentorship of Drs. Sean James Miller and Jeffrey D. Rothstein. Anjali's neurobiology research focused on an astroglial subpopulation loss in ALS patients. Ms. Ganguly is submitting a peer-reviewed publication on this project. Anjali has been trained in numerous laboratory techniques and is eager to expand her laboratory experience. Anjali graduated from Drexel University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences with minors in Data Science and Bioinformatics. Anjali's broad educational background has given her the unique ability to contribute to the bleeding-edge research being conducted at PDx in Silicon Valley, California.
Outside of Anjali's research, she serves as the Vice President of Student Affairs for Touro University California's Student Government Association and Vice Chair of the Student Health Advisory Committee at the College of Osteopathic Medicine. Anjali is passionate and advocates for the providing accessible medical care and information of mental health.
This summer at PDx, Anjali is in the PDx wet labs performing experimental techniques to optimize the quality control (QC) of the whole genome sequencing project. Additionally, Anjali is finalizing several peer-reviewed publications. Anjali is excited to make contributions to the valuable medicine PDx is performing.
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