Connor BradshawCTU Clinical Research Assistant
Clinical Research Assistant
Connor received his B.S. in Biology with a concentration in Health Sciences from Emmanuel College in 2017. During this time, he was a member of the Men’s Soccer Team, served on the Academic Integrity Board, and participated in Emmanuel College’s Alternative Spring Break, where he and other students volunteered their time at various service locations throughout the Boston area. As an undergraduate, he conducted clinical research at Boston Medical Center that looked to prove a method of quantifying fibrotic tissue build-up as a result of radiation therapy in head and neck cancer patients, and to hopefully improve treatment options and quality of life outcomes for future patients in the field. In his spare time, he enjoys exercising, reading, and exploring new parts of Boston. Connor is passionate about public health and infectious disease research, and hopes to go on to graduate school to learn how to better address the health care inequities that exist in the world.
Emmanuel College, B.S. in Biology