Postdoctoral Research Associate

Research Interests:
Elliot has interest in implementation of cell-based assays and analysis of transcriptomic datasets for identification of genes relevant in immunity and cancer.
He is exploring various epigenetic pathways to examine precisely how cancer cell promotes exhaustion of T cells.

National Institutes of Health, T32 CA 9547-35: Training in Cancer Biology 2020 – 2021

Selected Publications:

  1. Sridaran D, Bradshaw E, Deselm C, Pachynski R, Mahajan K, Mahajan NP*. Prostate cancer immunotherapy: Improving clinical outcomes with a multi-pronged approach. Cell Reports Medicine, Sept, 2023.
  2. Ling, F., Bradshaw, E., Yoshida, M. (2019) Prevention of mitochondrial genomic instability in yeast by the mitochondrial recombinase Mhr1. Scientific Reports, 9: 5433.
  3. Bradshaw, E., Yoshida, M., Ling, F. (2017) Regulation of small mitochondrial DNA replicative advantage by ribonucleotide reductase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. G3: Genes Genomes Genetics, 7(9): 3083-90
  4. Bradshaw, E., Yoshida, M., Ling, F. (2012) Mitochondrial fission proteins Fis1 and Mdv1, but not Dnm1, play a role in maintenance of heteroplasmy in budding yeast. FEBS Letters, 586: 1245-51

BS, University of Nevada, US

PhD, Saitama University, Japan



Phone: 314-273-7759