Martin Jadus joined the Pathology and Research Services at the VA Long Beach Healthcare System in September 1990. Previously, Dr. Jadus served as Chair of the Safety/Biosafety Committee. He is also a Member of the Pathology Department and the Chao Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of California, Irvine. In addition, Dr. Jadus holds an Adjunct Professorship in the Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry at the California State University, Long Beach. Currently, he is a Scientific Reviewer for the American Cancer Society. Dr. Jadus received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Florida in 1983. Since that time Dr. Jadus has been actively working on various forms of cancer research. His work on the membrane form of macrophage colony stimulating factor, paraptosis and glioma immunobiology has received international recognition. Dr. Jadus’ current projects include finding new tumor antigens and applying these antigens for clinical trials and developing novel tumor vaccines for human brain tumors. Dr. Jadus has published over 50 peer-reviewed journal articles and 7 book chapter reviews.
Biography Updated on 2 December 2010