Kelsey Temprine

"I earned my Ph.D. in Cancer Biology in 2018 and then started as a postdoctoral research fellow in Dr. Elizabeth Lawlor's lab focusing on the role of the local bone tumor microenvironment in the progression of Ewing sarcoma. I joined the Shah lab in 2020, and my current research focuses on 1) the role of erythroid cells in colon cancer progression, 2) how metabolites regulate erythropoiesis, and 3) the effects of glucose on JAK-STAT signaling in colon cancer. My hobbies include baking, crocheting, hiking, and eating ice cream!"

Awards - Cancer Biology T32 Postdoc Training Grant (