Alexandre Martinez

Alexandre Martinez

Alexandre Martinez worked with the Early Growth and Development Study starting Fall 2014 until Spring 2016 where he completed numerous jobs including child medical record coder, mother medical record coder and helping set up the standalone database for the medical records. He graduated in 2016 and is currently a second year enrolled in an MPH program at the Thomas Jefferson University (where he is currently) and he hopes to learn more about the large-scale societal problems related to health (i.e. the opiod epidemic). His goal is to become an academic oncologist, to learn more about chemotherapeutic-resistant cancer stem cells and how to remove their resistance phenotype to implement these treatments to save lives in the clinical space.