Danielle Douglas

Usherwood lab

Danielle received her Bachelor of Science in biology from Northeastern University. On-campus, she was a member of the Monaghan Lab which studied regeneration in axolotl salamanders. Danielle also completed three co-ops in which she worked full-time in industry roles. Her work centered around different aspects of immunology and immuno-oncology, areas of research she hopes to study within her PhD. Danielle is a pretty good painter, but an even better baker. Ask her if she's ever made your favorite dessert! She's looking for friends to help her level up her skiing ability and hit the slopes with.


HB Hinman Box 7556

Selected Publications

  • Kennedy, E.M., Denslow, A., Hewett, J. et al. Development of intravenously administered synthetic RNA virus immunotherapy for the treatment of cancer. Nat Commun 13, 5907 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-33599-w