Mike Fang, PhD
I graduated from the PQHS department under Mark’s mentorship at the end of 2020. Since then, I’ve started a family and my career as a data scientist, but I still think about the lab a lot; I recall how difficult graduate school was, but I remember the times fondly because of the supportiveness of Mark, Cheryl and the lab. I am lucky to have had such a great graduate experience and hope that any new blood that joins the lab will know that they are in good hands.
Jackelyn Golden Orabone, PhD
Jackelyn works as a Scientific Director at ProEd Communications. She trained as a Postdoctoral Scholar in Dr. Mark Cameron's lab focusing on using RNA-Seq/genomic analysis to expand upon knowledge of circulating cell subsets in chronic disease
Jillian is currently a PhD student in the Bioinformatics Program at Boston University and the recipient of an NIH Institutional Training Grant in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (T32GM100842).
Medha is currently a consultant at Deloitte. She is a motivated individual committed to life-long learning and a recent graduate of Case Western Reserve University, with degrees in B.S. in Biochemistry, Minors in Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics, and M.S. in Healthcare Management. Medha aspires to leverage experiences in research, clinical volunteering, community outreach, teamwork, and leadership towards building a career in healthcare.
Michael is a Field Application Scientist at 10X Genomics. He has a Master's Degree from VGTI Florida. Previously he worked as a Research Associate in the Applied Functional Genomics Core.
Peter is currently a Sr. Solutions Architect HCLS at Amazon Web Services. He received a M.Sc in Systems Biology from CWRU.
Cindy is currently a research assistant at the Center for Virology and Vaccine Research at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center In Boston. She graduated from CWRU in 2021 with at BS in Biochemsitry.
Rebecca worked as an undergraduate Research Assistant to Dr. Cheryl Cameron. While at Case Western Reserve University she participated in the Wharton Summer Student Research Program studying potential neutrophil mediated mechanisms using a single-cell transcriptomic approach. Rebecca graduated CWRU with a BA in Nutritional Biochemistry in 2022 and an MA in Bioethics and Medical Humanities in 2023. She is currently a Research Assistant at CWRU.