Christina Pham, Ph.D.
Research Scientist, Cell Therapy
Christina is a member of the Cell Therapy team where she is using ARCUS nucleases to redirect the immune system to target cancer. Christina received her Ph.D. from Duke University where she worked on the immunologic targeting of onco-fetal antigens in pediatric brain tumors. During the course of her graduate career, she moved to Florida with her advisor to help establish the University of Florida Brain Tumor Immunotherapy Program. Although she misses Florida’s weather and palm trees, she is happy to be back in Durham again. Outside of work, Christina can usually be found running the many beautiful trails in the area or continuing her quest to find the best bubble tea/boba in the Triangle.