Nia Robinson

Nia Robinson

Data+ 2023: Assessing Germline Variations among Black Patients with Early-Onset Prostate Cancer

I am from Orange, Virginia. In my spare time, I like to exercise. I am a Duke athletic communications student assistant, SPIRE fellow, BSA advocacy and black caucus committee member, and member of Duke Women in Technology.

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Students collaborated with the research team of Dr. Kathleen Cooney, including prominent partners both at Duke and other institutes, to identify genetic variants likely associated with early onset prostate cancer in African American patients identified by the Metropolitan Detroit Cancer Surveillance System (MDCSS) cancer registry. Students analyzed whole exome sequencing data from samples collected from […]