Anthony T. Trinh, PhD

Graduation: 02/2013
Advisor: Tibbetts, Randal
Current Position: Associate Research Scientist
Pharmaceutical Product Development
Madison, WI
Research Interest: Mechanisms of DNA damage recognition and signaling in mammalian cells
Email: attrinh (at) wisc (dot) edu

anthony (dot) trinh82 (at) gmail (dot) com

Alumni News

  • PPD is a contract research organization like Covance. Covance is better known because they do the clinical testing in Madison. PPD does their clinical testing out in Austin. I’ll be at their Middleton location.

Experience

  • Results-driven molecular pharmacologist with experience in in vitro and in vivo assay design and execution. Strong background in identifying and characterizing molecular pathways in oncology leading to pathologically diseased states. Well-versed in a wide range of molecular and pharmacological techniques to explore signal transduction and function in cells and animal models. Independent thinker who functions well as a team-member or leader.

Skills

  • Primary Cell Isolation, Antibody Generation & Purification, Mouse Models, Lentivirus

Honors and Awards

  • American Heart Association Pre-Doctoral Fellow (2010)

Publications