Dr. Kinsey’s primary clinical responsibilities are in Gastrointestinal Medical Oncology. He initially set out on the path to become a physician-scientist by conducting undergraduate research at Bucknell University studying Osteosarcoma. During his Medical Scientist Training Program training at the University of Rochester he was mentored by Hartmut K. Land PhD investigating the role of PLAC8 in autophagy and gastrointestinal malignancies. The major emphasis of his recent research has been to discover new therapeutic opportunities for pancreatic cancer with the combination of MAP Kinase signaling inhibition and autophagy inhibition. This has resulted in two clinical trials targeting MEK/ERK and autophagy in RAS mutated gastrointestinal malignancies of which Dr. Kinsey is the Primary Investigator.
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