Hannah Abraham

Hannah Abraham

Graduate Student

Biography

Hannah graduated from the University of Michigan College of Engineering in 2015, with a BSE in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Business. She entered the Medical Scientist Training Program at the University of Michigan Medical School later that year. After completing her preclinical years of medical school, Hannah began the PhD phase of her dual degree program, joining the Cancer Biology Graduate Program and the lab of Dr. Sofia Merajver.

Research Interests

Molecular pathogenesis of inflammatory breast cancer (IBC)

Awards

AACR Takeda Oncology Scholar in Training Award for AACR Annual Meeting 2018

Publications

Cheriyan H, Wu Z, Yates J, Little A, Merajver S. RhoC decreases tight junction stabilization in breast cancer cells, revealing a potential therapeutic target. Poster, 6th International Inflammatory Breast Cancer Symposium, Madrid, Spain. September 2018.

Cheriyan H, Wu Z, Yates J, Little A, Merajver S. RhoC decreases tight junction stabilization in breast cancer cells, revealing a potential therapeutic target. Poster, National MD/PhD Student Conference, Keystone, CO. July 2018.

Cheriyan H, Wu Z, Yates J, Little A, Merajver S. RhoC decreases tight junction stabilization in breast cancer cells, revealing a potential therapeutic target. Poster, American Association of Cancer Research Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. April 2018.