Steven Hartman, BS

PhD Rotation Student in Maher Lab

I am a Computational and Systems Biology rotation student within the Maher lab and co-mentored by the Chaudhuri lab. I received my B.S. in biochemistry and biophysics at Oregon State University. I have six years of drug discovery experience within the Bay Area’s biotech scene with projects in hormonal therapy, immuno-oncology, and degenerative diseases. Throughout my Ph.D. studies, I aim to build upon my past experiences to further our understanding of disease heterogeneity and treatment resistance. My rotation project utilizes CAPP-Seq and EnhancerAR-Seq to study metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer. In my spare time, I enjoy outdoor activities, camping, cooking, and photography.