"The Distinguished Scientist Award is unequivocally the best foundation grant a young investigator can receive. It not only provides financial support, but access to a community. The relationships and collaborations I've formed through this community have truly changed the scope of my research."
About DSA-Funded Research
The recent focus of Dr. Huse's research has been on specific chromatin modifying alterations involved in the development of diffusely infiltrating gliomas. He is also studying how unique transcriptional signatures drive the process of brain metastasis. Finally, they are employing molecular profiling to refine brain tumor classification, and explore links with germline genetics and clinical outcome measures.
Professor with Tenure, Department of Department of Pathology and Translational Molecular Pathology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Princeton University, B.A., Chemistry
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Ph.D., Neuroscience
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, M.D.
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Residency, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Fellowship, Neuropathology
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Postdoctoral Fellow