Molly Kozminsky, PhD

Molly Kozminsky, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow

University of California, Berkeley


As a chemical engineer, I use DNA-directed patterning to construct intricate in vitro models of the bone-marrow microenvironment to study prostate cancer tumor cell dormancy. I plan to pursue a tenure-track faculty position, where I will build an interdisciplinary community of researchers to advance the technology we use to study and monitor cancer. My overarching goal for my future lab is to innovate cutting-edge technology to determine major factors in variable outcomes of different patients.

Poster 2195: DNA-directed patterning as a tool to study prostate cancer-bone marrow niche interactions at single cell and system level