Dr. Amy Cullinan

Amy Cullinan earned her Bachelorís degree in Biology at Oberlin College and her Doctorate of Philosophy from the Dept. of Medical Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  She worked as a postdoctoral fellow at The Scripps Research Institute, in the Department of Cell Biology with funding from an NRSA individual award from NIH.  Amy has over 9 years of biological research experience in immunology, virology, cancer therapy and infectious disease.  Her areas of expertise include DNA and RNA viruses, virus-based gene therapy, virus-based nanoparticles, tumor targeting and treatment, immunosuppression and immunotherapy, and bacterial, fungal and parasitic human pathogens and associated diseases. Amy works as a technical writer and consultant for a large specialized scientific product and service provider

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