John Fuller is an experienced laboratory manager with 20 years of scientific research experience. His dedication to science began in the lab of Dr. George Stark at the Cleveland Clinic where he studied interferon signaling biology. Following this work, John joined the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center where he contributed to the advancement of Single High-dose Radiotherapy in cancer and the understanding of its biological mechanism. He has also been instrumental in redefining the application of anti-angiogenic drugs to affect the endothelial apoptotic pathway in solid tumors. In addition to his extensive research background, John brings 15 years of operational and management experience to ensure effective and efficient daily laboratory functions. John uses his knowledge of scientific techniques, mechanical aptitude and interpersonal skills to help predict and prevent obstructions to laboratory activities while maintaining a dynamic and adaptable approach to addressing unforeseen events.
John holds a B.S. in molecular genetics from The Ohio State University.