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Susan E. Erdman

  Ph: (617) 252-1804
  email: serdman@mit.edu

Dr Susan Erdman
 

Recent Presentations

2014.07.11 Invited presentation to Van Andel Institute, Origins of Cancer Conference, Gut microbes and the cancer macroenvironment, Grand Rapids, MI

2014.06.11 TMEN Steering Committee Meeting, GI tract dysbiosis and breast cancer, New York, NY

2014.04.15 Invited presentation to Wellcome Trust, Exploring Human Host-Microbiome Interactions in Health and Disease, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK

2013.07.25 Invited presentation to NIH Human Microbiome Science Conference: Vision for the Future, Bethesda, MD

2012.03.28 Invited presentation to NIEHS Directors' Meeting, Boston, MA

2012.01.27 Invited presentation to Infectious Disease Initiative, The Broad Institute, MIT, Cambridge, MA

2012.01.13 Invited presentation to Center for Environmental Health Sciences, MIT, Cambridge, MA

2011.11.05 Invited presentation to AACR Tumor Microenvironment, 2011 Conference, Orlando, FL

 

Susan Erdman, DVM, MPH
Diplomate ACLAM

Dr. Susan Erdman is a Principal Research Scientist and Assistant Director in the Division of Comparative Medicine at MIT.  Her research is funded by DoD and NIH grants. She is Board Certified in Comparative Medicine (ACLAM), and studies how bacteria and inflammation contribute to systemic health and diseases.   

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Education

  • Lehigh University, PA    B.S. Biology, 1981
  • Mississippi State University, MS   DVM Veterinary Medicine, 1988
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA   Post-Doctoral Fellow, Comparative Medicine, 1991
  • Harvard School of Public Health, Boston MA  
    MPH Public Health, 1992
  • Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA 
    Post-Doctoral Fellow, Cancer Biology, 1993
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Honors AND SPEAKING

  • Diplomate,  American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine. 1996.
  • Invited Speaker. National Cancer Institute (NCI) Mucosal, Immunosurveillance, Inflammation and Cancer Workshop.  April, 2005.
  • Invited reviewer. National Cancer Institute (NCI) RFA-CA-06-014 Tumor Microenvironment Network.  August, 2006. 
  • Invited speaker. Keystone Symposium on Mechanisms Linking Inflammation and Cancer, February, 2007
  • Alumni Fellow, College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State University, 2007
  • Invited Speaker. National Cancer Institute (NCI) Changing Concepts in Cancer Etiology: The Role of the Human Microbiome.  November, 2009.
  • Invited speaker. Keystone Symposium on Role of Inflammation in Oncogenesis, February, 2010
  • Invited reviewer. National Cancer Institute (NCI) Tumor Microenvironment Network.  June, 2011
  • Invited Speaker, National Institute of Health (NIH) Human Microbiome Science Conference: Vision for the Future. Wound healing to longevity: Microbe-induced immune proficiency for human health. July, 2013.
  • Invited speaker, Wellcome Trust, Human Host-Microbiome Interactions Conference, April 2014.
  • Invited speaker, Van Andel Institute, Origins of Cancer Conference, July 2014.

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