Zach O'Brown, PhD
Scientist II
Zach has over 15 years of lab research experience spanning the fields of cancer biology, biochemistry, genetics and epigenetics. He has a long-standing interest in aging research. Zach received his PhD from Stanford University, where he studied the molecular and cellular mechanisms of aging in the human kidney in Stuart Kim’s lab. Prior to joining the BIOAGE team, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow in Eric Greer’s lab at Boston Children’s Hospital, focusing on mechanisms of transgenerational epigenetic memory of ancestral stress exposure.