Dr. Blocker joined NeoGenomics after consulting for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, specializing in the mechanism of cancer therapeutics, and serving on the faculty of the University of Texas and the University of New Mexico. She attended graduate school at the University of California at San Francisco and did a postdoctoral fellowship at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla. Her research has focused on the relationship between structure and function of macromolecules using physical techniques such as nuclear magnetic resonance and computation techniques such as homology modeling.
Forrest J. Holmes Blocker, PhD
Director, Scientific Affairs