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Nicole Prince, PhD

Research Areas: Proteomics, Metabolomics, Immunometabolomics, Infections, Inflammation, Molecular Epidemiology

Nicole Prince earned a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from West Virginia University in 2021 where she studied proteomic responses to chronic infections and characterized protein networks of infected vs. healthy tissues. Following her Ph.D. work, she pursued postdoctoral training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in metabolomics and molecular epidemiology under the mentorship of Jessica Lasky-Su, Sc.D. and Rachel Kelly, Ph.D. Her current research leverages her expertise in biochemistry to understand the complex and heterogeneous environment surrounding early life immune development in large epidemiological cohorts, with a particular focus on proteomic and metabolomic determinants of respiratory infections. Outside of her research projects, she also serves as Co-Lead for the COnsortium of METabolomics Studies (COMETS) Infectious Disease Interest Group and is Vice Chair of the Metabolomics Association of North America Early Career Members (MANA ECM) Council.

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