Dr. Eric Routh is a molecular biologist with expertise in the fields of cancer biology and tumor immunology. With over 20 years of research experience studying cancer, immunology, and enzyme biochemical characterization, Dr. Routh has honed a diverse skillset that includes molecular cloning, protein purification, genome editing, mouse disease modeling, immunobiology and bioinformatics applications. Throughout his graduate and postdoctoral work, he has sought to further understand the mechanisms of cancer immunoevasion, with particular emphasis on deciphering tumor-immune interactions in triple negative breast cancer. Consistent with the core values of EGC, Dr. Routh is eager to advance novel research and technology, and he enjoys interfacing with clients to facilitate realization of their scientific aspirations. When not engaged in scientific pursuits, he enjoys spending time with his family, getting out into nature, and coaching his son’s soccer team.
- Diagnostic and Assays
- Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Medical Devices
- Scientific Consultant, Eva Garland Consulting
- Postdoctoral Research Scientist, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- B.A. in Biology from Wake Forest University
- Ph.D. in Cancer Biology from Wake Forest University