Michael Iglesia, MD PhD

3rd Year Fellow

Hometown: Greensboro, North Carolina
Medical School: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residency: Washington University in St. Louis/Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Research/Academic Interests: I am interested in taking bioinformatics approaches to deconstructing the intratumoral complexity within solid tumors, especially GI malignancies.
Bio: When I’m not in the hospital or the lab, I spend my time on birdwatching, tropical fishkeeping, and wrangling my 2-year-old son. Since moving to St. Louis, I’ve fallen in love with some of the local parks and bakeries and have been so surprised by all the fun things to do in St. Louis for families with young kids.

Selected Publications/Abstracts

  • Iglesia MD, Parker JS, Hoadley KA, Serody JS, Perou, CM, Vincent, BG. Genomic analysis of immune cell infiltrates across eleven tumor types. J Natl Cancer Inst 108(11): 2016 Jun. print 2016 Nov. PMID: 27335052
  • Iglesia MD, Vincent BG, Parker JS, Hoadley KA, Carey LA, Perou CM, Serody JS. “Prognostic B-cell signatures using mRNA-seq in patients with subtype-specific breast and ovarian cancer.” Clin Cancer Res 20(14):3818-29. PMID: 24916698