Janae Davis, BA
Janae received her Bachelor of Arts in Physics and English, with a minor in Mechanical Engineering from Mount Holyoke College in 2019. Here she conducted research in biomedical engineering and medical physics, specifically, high-intensity focused ultrasound cancer therapy, optics and prosthetics.
Janae is now a Research Technician in the Brest Tumor Immunology Lab at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and is based in the Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology at Harvard Medical School. While here she is utilizing a new development in high-throughput multiplexed immunofluorescence imaging of human cancer tissues and tumors called cyclic immunofluorescence (CyCIF). In this role, Janae hopes to better understand tumor morphology and the microenvironment. Janae is looking forward to using this method to bring insight into pre-clinical and clinical breast cancer research.
Interests Outside of Lab
When not in the lab you can find Janae cooking, dancing, working out, traveling and exploring Boston.