Tomas Radivoyevitch, as an Assistant Professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at Case Western Reserve University, he has been working in the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Biostatistics Core Facility since 2001. His expertise lies mainly in the development of models of enzymes, particularly those involved in nucleotide metabolism. He also has experience with models of DNA double strand breaks and with models of radiation leukemogenesis. His education includes degrees in electrical engineering (B.S. degree), systems and controls (M.S. degree), chemistry (M.S. degree), and environmental risk assessment (Ph.D. degree). He also has work experience that includes 2 years of power plant modeling, including conventional controls. His goal is to produce models of salvage and de novo dNTP synthesis that will help oncologists optimize dNTP supply targeted anticancer therapies. He also has active interests in models of ATP supply (i.e., reactions in mitochondria) and in models of the hematopoietic system.
Biography Updated on 4 September 2011