Alexa Stroh

Alexa Stroh

  • Research Technologist

Divisions

Education

BS – University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

Research Interest

Alexa is interested in assisting the lab with their current projects that focus on genetic predisposition and immune cell responses to cancer. A greater understanding of both of these aspects will allow for improved strategies and targets for cancer therapeutics.

Selected Publications

Tina Richey, James S. Foster, Angela D. Williams, Anna B. Williams, Alexa Stroh, Sallie Macy, Craig Wooliver, R. Eric Heidel, Siva K. Varanasi, Elizabeth N. Ergen, Dianne J. Trent, Stephen A. Kania, Stephen J. Kennel, Emily B. Martin, and Jonathan S. Wall. Macrophage-Mediated Phagocytosis and Dissolution of Amyloid-Like Fibrils in Mice, Monitored by Optical Imaging. The American Journal of Pathology 189(5): 989-998, 2019.

Stroh, Alexa. Effect of Turmeric on the Promoter Activity of the Cyp6a8 Gene of Drosophila melanogaster. TRACE: Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange, 2018. 

Last update: July 2019