Amber Rowse, PhD
Development Lead
Immunology and Immunotoxicology
Greenfield, Indiana
My passion for immunology stemmed from my first exposure to the study of immunology in an introductory Immunology course. Once I was proficient in the basic concepts, I was fortunate to expand into the research laboratory through independent research projects as well as an internship at Johns Hopkins University.  This exposure to immunology research inspired me to pursue a graduate program in biomedical research. I received my PhD from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where I studied the role of the protein kinase GSK3 in autoimmune neuroinflammation. During my post-doctoral research, I gained experience in the field of neuro-oncology by studying the role of protein kinase CK2 in glioblastoma brain tumor initiating cells. Although I greatly enjoyed basic immunology research, I realized I wanted to take part in more translational research where I could have a greater impact in advancing science and medicine; this led me to pursue a career at Labcorp Drug Development.

My career at Labcorp Drug Development began with my passion for the study of immunology and appreciation of Labcorp Drug Development's success in the drug development process. Here, I was able to bolster the assay development skills I obtained from my prior research experience in studying immunological diseases. Labcorp Drug Development has given me the opportunity to be a key team player in diverse projects and helped me gain an in-depth appreciation for a breadth of scientific and regulatory aspects of pre-clinical assay design. While at Labcorp Drug Development, I have had the opportunity to collaborate with outstanding scientists, both internally as colleagues and externally as clients, to discuss assay development and scientific approach. The work I am involved in here is exciting and challenging, but most of all rewarding. I am honored to be a part of the team, helping to assess drug candidates and bring them to market where they can benefit the lives of many.

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