Daniel Blanco serves as a Laboratory Technician at Sus Clinicals. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Biology at North Park University in 2019. During his time in University, Daniel conducted research surrounding the isolation and differentiation of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells from chick embryos and their response to vitamin D supplementation. Since then, Daniel has worked in veterinary medicine for over six years, establishing a background in animal health and animal biology.
Since his time in undergrad, Daniel wanted the opportunity to contribute to research while still working with animals. Through his work at Sus Clinicals, he will be able to do this by conducting various experiments to advance the Oncopig Cancer Model, and performing services to support research for customers (e.g. tissue culturing, sample collection and processing, monitoring of tumor development, histology and gene editing)