Gbemisola Ilelaboye

Senior Research Technician

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Gbemisola Ilelaboye

Gbemisola “Liz” Ilelaboye joins Irene Orlow’s lab as a senior research technician. She recently graduated with a master’s degree from Seton Hall University and is currently finishing her thesis which focuses on Drosophila melanogaster as a model for ethanol toxicity. Before joining Epi/Bio, she worked as a clinical lab technician in Genesis Laboratory and at Seton Hall University as a teaching assistant, where she taught general biology lab and genetics lab to undergraduates. In her new position, Liz will contribute to collaborative multidisciplinary research including a study designed to evaluate the effect of inherited genetics and exposure to nicotine in vulnerable breast cancer patients experiencing cognitive changes post-treatment. She will also participate in interMEL, a large pathoepidemiologic study of melanoma survival that utilizes multi-omic platforms.

Gbemisola “Liz” Ilelaboye joins Irene Orlow’s lab as a senior research technician. She recently graduated with a master’s degree from Seton Hall University and is currently finishing her thesis which focuses on Drosophila melanogaster as a model for ethanol toxicity. Before joining Epi/Bio, she worked as a clinical lab technician in Genesis Laboratory and at Seton Hall University as a teaching assistant, where she taught general biology lab and genetics lab to undergraduates. In her new position, Liz will contribute to collaborative multidisciplinary research including a study designed to evaluate the effect of inherited genetics and exposure to nicotine in vulnerable breast cancer patients experiencing cognitive changes post-treatment. She will also participate in interMEL, a large pathoepidemiologic study of melanoma survival that utilizes multi-omic platforms.