Dr. Hsu’s laboratory has a strong focus on utilizing population-based omics to address the factors that’s
contributing to the cancer health disparity.
Gail started with the ARCH cohort when it was first born and lovingly known as Spit for the Cure.
Eryn’s research interests are related to the metabolomic effect of environmental, occupational, and behavioral exposure including diet, chemotherapy, pesticide, and tobacco exposure on cancer risk and health outcomes.
Beginning her public health journey at The Ohio State University, Shelbie completed her masters in epidemiology and PhD in Clinical and Translational Sciences with a specialization in epidemiology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Edgar Ellis is a research assistant with the ARCH team focusing on data management, data analysis, and manuscript writing for the cohort. He received his Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.