Dr. Ipe has over 10 years of experience in cell and molecular biology.

He has since focused his efforts in a more translational field and has developed high-throughput assays to test genetic variants in miRNA binding sites. His research interests include the role of the miRNome and single nucleotide polymorphisms in inter-individual variability and how that may influence personalization of medical care.

Clinical Interests: Metastatic Breast Cancer

Specifically, I am interested in identifying factors that can predict drug distribution patterns in tumors. My work is primarily focused on breast cancer but is applicable to other cancers as well.

PhD, Indiana University Bloomington, Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology, 2014
MSc, Nagpur University, Biotechnology, 2007
BSc, Nagpur University, Biotechnology, Chemistry and Biology, 2005