Connie Slocum B.S.
Address: Boston University Department of Medicine, Section of Infectious Diseases. 650 Albany st. X-620. Boston, MA 02118
I am originally from a small town in upstate New York and moved to the Boston area in 2004. I received my B.S. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, MA in 2008. I worked in the pharmaceutical industry for two years after graduating college before deciding to pursue a PhD. I’ve stayed in Boston because not only is it a great city, but also is one of the best places for new and exciting research!
Ph.D. candidate in Molecular Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine; Boston, MA
B.S. Eastern Nazarene College
Papadopoulos, G., Kramer, C., Slocum, C., Weinberg, E., Hua, N., Gudino, C.V., Hamilton, J.A., C.A. Genco. A Mouse Model for Pathogen-Induced Chronic Inflammation at Local and Systemic Sites. Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE). 2014. In Press.
Slocum CS, Coats R, Hua N, Kramer C, Papadopolous G, Weinberg EO, Gudino CV, Hamilton JA, Darveau RP, Genco CA. Distinct lipid A moieties contribute to pathogen-induced site-specific vascular inflammation. PLoS pathogens. 2014 July 2014; 10(7): e1004215. Full Text
Genco CA, Barth K, Gudino CV, Kramer C, Slocum C, Weinberg, E, Smith J, Ingalls R, Freedman J, Ingalls R, Freedman J, Gibson F, Beaulieu L, Wetzler L, Hamilton J, shaik-Dasthagirlsaheb Y, He X, Xiuping L (Group Members). A Dangerous Response: Targeting Chronic Inflammation. 2013. International Innovation.