During the research methods course offered to students at the Molecular genetics and gene toxicology Master‘s program, Dr Nouar Qutob had a guest speaker joining via zoom, Dr Christopher Sistrunk, who talked to the students about graduate research admissions, phd applications and research using real life examples. The Lecture had high student engagement with fruitful discussions.
Dr Christopher Sistrunk is an Assistant Professor in the division of Health Equities and the division of Biomarkers of Early Detection and Prevention within the department of Population Sciences at City of Hope, USA. Dr. Sistrunk plays an important role in the overall mission of City of Hope as a leading NIH-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Sistrunk serves as an enterprise-wide leader in administration, education, research, and community relations. He continues to serve as a life-long educator, trainer and mentor to the next generation of research scientists, with the primary focus of developing research programs that serves underrepresented communities.