Hillary Le

  • Graduate Student, Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program, School of Medicine


Hillary Le is an ARCS Scholar and recipient of the Promising Scholars award who graduated magna cum laude from Whitworth University with a B.S. in Biology. After graduating, she joined OHSU CEDAR as a research assistant where she earned a first author publication investigating the role of senolytics as a cancer therapeutic. In 2021, she joined the BME PhD Program at the OHSU Hind’s Lab. Her current project elucidates the role of the endocannabinoid system in cardiovascular dysfunction in fetal development.

Education and training

    • B.S., 2018, Whitworth University


Selected publications

  • Le, HH, Suleyman, SS, Manalo, EC, Gomes, MM, Sahbaz, BD, Kawashima, TE, Quentel, A, Plaut JS, Ozdemir S, Ahiska, Y, Sezerman, U, Akcapinar, GB, Saldivar, JC, Timucin, E, and Fischer, JM (2020). Molecular modeling of FOXO4-TP53 interaction to design senolytic peptides for the elimination of senescent cancer cells. EBioMedicine


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