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<h3>The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology is managed by a core team of personnel who develop and execute the project design.</h3> <p><br></p> <p>Our core project team includes: <br></p> <p><strong>Timothy Errington</strong>, Center for Open Science <br> Dr. Errington is Metascience Project Manager for the Center for Open Science, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the alignment between scientific values and scientific practices. He received his M.A. in Molecular and Cell Biology from U.C. Berkeley under the supervision of Dr. Kathleen Collins and then received his Ph.D. in Microbiology, Immunology, and Cancer Biology from the University of Virginia under the mentorship of Dr. Ian Macara. His areas of research interest include mechanisms of cancer cell proliferation, telomerase biogenesis, and DNA repair mechanisms. <br></p> <p><strong>Elizabeth Iorns</strong>, Science Exchange <br> Dr. Iorns is Co-founder of Science Exchange, an online marketplace for science experiments. Dr. Iorns conducted her doctoral training in Cancer Biology at the Institute of Cancer Research, London, UK under the supervision of Dr. Alan Ashworth before completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Miami under the mentorship of Dr. Marc Lippman. She was previously an Assistant Professor at the University of Miami before leaving to co-found Science Exchange. Her research interests have focused on identifying mechanisms of breast cancer development and progression. <br></p> <p><strong>Nicole Perfito</strong>, Science Exchange <br> Dr. Perfito is a Science Solutions Manager for Science Exchange, fostering scientific collaboration by connecting researchers with some of the world's best labs. She received her PhD in Biology from the University of Washington under the supervision of Dr. John Wingfield and conducted postdoctoral training at the Max-Planck Institute with Dr. Michaela Hau and at UC Berkeley with Dr. George Bentley. Her research investigates the neuroendocrine regulation of reproduction in mostly non-model organisms, and her technical specialties include in situ hybridization, IHC, RNAseq, qRT-PCR and data analysis. <br></p> <p><strong>Alexandria Denis</strong>, Center for Open Science <br> Alexandria Denis is a Metascience Research Coordinator at the Center for Open Science, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the alignment between scientific values and scientific practices. She received her B.S. in Economics from Texas Christian University. Her primary roles at the Center for Open Science include data analysis and the coordination of open and transparent research for the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology. <br></p> <p><strong>Rachel Tsui</strong>, Science Exchange <br> Dr. Tsui is a Sourcing Manager at Science Exchange, where her primary role is to connect researchers to appropriate and qualified laboratories for their scientific requests. She received her PhD at the University of California, San Diego, under the mentorship of Dr. Alexander Hoffmann, investigating the activation pathway of NF-kappaB from a computational modeling method in addition to experimental methods. Her research areas of interest include immunotherapies and computational methods in drug discovery. <br></p>
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