Andrew is interested in exploring the causes and conditions that facilitate skin cancer initiation and progression from resident stem cell populations. Andrew received his Ph.D. in Developmental Biology from Washington University in St. Louis. For his postdoctoral research, he studied adult stem cells and their relationship to cancer initiation at UCLA with Bill Lowry.
Sunny has worked as a postdoctoral assosciate in the White lab since February 2015. His research interest is in cancer initiation from adult stem cells. He is a Korean veterinarian, and received his PhD in cancer biology in advanced prostate cancer in Brisbane, Australia.
Nicole is an undergraduate assistant who is majoring in Biological Sciences, with a concentration in Neurobiology and Behavior. She joined the lab during her Junior year in January 2016, and assists with genotyping and histology procedures such as cryosectioning and immunofluorescence.
Jenna is a member of the Class of 2019 majoring in Nutritional Sciences with a minor in Developmental Sociology. She joined the lab in June 2017, and is assisting with technical work such as PCR and Immunostaining.