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Rachel Sarabia Estrada, D.V.M., Ph.D., assists in directing the Brain Tumor Stem Cell Research Laboratory, where she oversees and conducts the preclinical studies that are leading to new treatments and methods of delivery to treat primary and metastatic tumors of the spine and brain. One of her main goals is to lead an integrated research team that focuses on translational and preclinical research to facilitate bench to bedside contributions.
Dr. Sarabia Estrada focuses her research on developing experimental models of metastatic and uncommon tumors of the spine and brain. She is interested in targeting the tumor sites using cell therapy in combination with chemotherapy and focal radiation, and studying how tumors affect the motor and sensorial behavior in disease models.
Dr. Sarabia Estrada's research helps develop and test interventions that will improve cancer therapies to increase and improve the quality of life for patients with cancer. Her research efforts aim to translate into more-effective therapies in the clinical setting.
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