Nicholas Mastrandrea, PhD

Degree: 
PhD
Program: 
Pharmacology and Toxicology
Track: 
Pharmacology and Toxicology
Employer: 
Research Associate at Wayne State University
Dissertation Title: 
Pentoxifylline as an Adjuvant Thereapy in Renal Cancer
Education: 

B.S. Biochemistry/Biophysics (2007)
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon
Minor: Chemistry

Honors and Achievements: 
1. Mary E. Caldwell Memorial Scholarship, 2010-11.
2. AstraZeneca Studentship Award, 2011-14.
3. HuGER T32 Training Grant, 2011-12.
4. SOT Award, Second Place, Carcinogenesis Specialty Section Graduate Student Awardm, 2012.
5. Human Genes and the Environment Research Training Program, 2011-14.
6. Society of Toxicology Graduate Student Travel Grant Award, 2011-12.
7. ASPET Graduate Student Travel Award, 2013-14.
8. Graduate Track Awards: Academic Excellence, 2014-15..
Publications: 
1. JD Cohen, KY Tham, NJ Mastrandrea,  AC Gallegos, TJ Monks, SS Lau. cAMP –Dependent Cytosolic Mislocalization of p27kip-Cyclin D1 During Quinol-Thioether-Induced Tuberous Sclerosis Renal Cell Carcinoma. Toxicological Sciences 122(2), 361-371 (2011).

 

Career Type: 
Industry