Brady Strittmatter, PhD
SOQIC T32 Fellow
Brady received his BS in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and conducted his senior thesis work in the lab Dr. M Suresh focusing on the role of a transcription factor during a bacterial infecRon.
Brady went on to receive his PhD from Indiana University-Bloomington, where he worked in the lab of Dr. Peter Hollenhorst investigating how signaling pathways regulate an oncogenic transcription factor in prostate cancer. His research interests include transcription, urological oncology, and cell differentiation.
Outside of work Brady enjoys going to concerts, spending time with his dog, and cooking.