Kenechukwu Adigwe, B.S.
Kene received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Tufts University in 2018. Here he worked as a research assistant in the McVey Lab which studied repair pathways for DNA double strand breaks in the organism Drosophila melanogaster. This research was conducted to better understand how the cell cycle regulates these repair pathways. Kene was also a member of the Tufts Men’s Basketball Team.
Kene is now a research technician in the Breast Immunology Lab at Dana Farber. He is eager to expand his knowledge on the role immunotherapy plays in the development of new breast cancer treatments. In his role as a research technician, he is responsible for the processing and documentation of blood from breast cancer patients enrolled in specific clinical trials.
Interests Outside of Lab
When not in the lab, you can find Kene playing basketball, working out, or reading!
Kene is pursuing his medical degree at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.