Danielle Stolley joined the Center for Computational Oncology in the fall of 2019. She received her bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering at UT Austin and her PhD at the University of Houston where specialized in the development of computational and biological methods to quantify the spatiotemporal dynamics of host-pathogen interactions.

Her current research focuses on the development of 3D in vitro vascularized breast and liver tumor platforms for high-throughput investigation of the tumor microenviroment, multi-cellular dynamics, and drug response for implementation computational models.