Chief Research Officer at Authorea
Joined Aug 2014
Josh Nicholson received his PhD in 2015 from Virginia Tech studying the role of the karyotype in cancer initiation and progression in the lab of Dr. Daniela Cimini. He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology at UC Santa Cruz in 2008. He has authored numerous articles on cancer and the practice of science, some of which have been discussed in Newsweek, The Economist, The Chicago Tribune, and The Boston Globe. He is the grandson of the late UC Berkeley Professor Richard Strohman who taught him “science is for the surprises, not the prizes.” He hopes The Winnower & Authorea will help uncover those surprises.
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