at University of California, San Francisco
at University of California, Berkeley
Dr. Regina Choy
received her Ph.D. in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at the
University of California, Berkeley in 2011.
She was awarded the Croucher Scholarship to conduct her thesis research
on understanding the molecular basis in Alzheimer’s disease pathogenesis, in
the laboratory of Lasker Award winner Professor Randy Schekman. Dr. Choy then did her postdoctoral training
at the University of California, San Francisco as a Croucher postdoctoral
fellow in 2012-2013, and has successfully identified a novel mechanism of local
delivery of signaling receptors in neurons.
She joined Genentech, a leading pharmaceutical company and a member of the Roche Group, as a senior research associate in 2013.
Dr. Choy focuses on the discovery and development of novel therapeutic
candidates and predictive biomarkers for various types of cancer. With years of high-quality training in life
science research supported by the Croucher Foundation, Dr. Choy
hopes to make important contributions to help people who struggle with cancer
everyday, and to perpetuate the philanthropy of our Founder Mr. Noel