Adam Olson

Adam Olson

Graduate Student


I graduated from Miami (OH) University in 2017 with a degree in Bioengineering. Following graduation, I worked as a Research Associate at City of Hope in Duarte, CA, investigating the role of androgen signaling in prostate development and tumorigenesis. In 2020, I joined the Cancer Biology program at UofM and am currently pursuing my PhD in the Weiss Lab, studying how cancer cells invade into the extracellular matrix and metastasize.


Bernard Maas Fellowship (2020)
NCI Cancer Biology Training Grant T32 (2021)
Rogel Graduate Student Scholarship (2022)