Josh Rosen is a fourth year undergraduate student at Queen’s University studying Life Sciences with a specialization in Pathology. Josh is currently working in the laboratory of Dr. Leda Raptis in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences as a research student. His undergraduate research project investigates the role of a protein called Focal Adhesion Kinase as a potential target for cancer therapies.
Josh has always been interested by science and more specifically the intricacies of the human body. As an up-and-coming scientist, Josh hopes to spark people’s interest in cancer research and wishes to spread awareness of the collective efforts of cancer researchers around the world. Josh is thrilled to join the Kingston Research Information Outreach Team and cannot wait to start working together with the Kingston community to ensure a better future for all.