The TL1 Program provides two years of funded time to support the research training of outstanding junior scientists. Duke TL1 scholars receive tailored professional development support and an NIH-scale postdoctoral stipend, as well as federally designated training-related expenses.
Neuro-Oncology fellow Kristen Batich, MD, PhD, will research "Endogenous dendritic cell migration and neoantigen responses in spontaneous glioblastoma." She'll continue her work in the clinical space of neuro-oncology & clinical trials. Ashley Moseman, PhD, is her primary mentor.
Radiology fellow Stephanie Blocker, PhD, will research "Multi-modal imaging of tissue heterogeneity in tumors of the head and neck."
Blocker is a member of the Center for In Vivo Microscopy in the Duke Department of Radiology. G. Allan Johnson, PhD, is her primary mentor.