Thomas Knobloch, Ph.D.
Environmental Health Sciences
College of Public Health
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Primary Food Innovation Center Area: Biomedical Nutrition
Areas of Expertise: nutraceuticals, cancer prevention, food-based intervention, molecular signatures, gene profiling
My interests are in the mechanisms of molecular carcinogenesis and food-based cancer risk reduction strategies following a "Bench to Bedside," "Crops to Clinics," and "Farm to Pharma" philosophy. It is my intent to foster collaborative efforts in defining translationally relevant molecular signatures following whole-food based intervention strategies for health promotion and disease prevention. These molecular profiles are directed at improving the diagnostic, prognostic, and existing standard of care practices.