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27+ years of experience
Rachel began her time at Citeline as a drug specialist, managing Trialtrove’s auxiliary drug database. Since then, she has worked as an analyst specializing in autoimmune/inflammation drugs, immuno-oncology/immunotherapy, pharmacogenomic biomarkers, companion diagnostics, repurposing of drugs and regulatory approval pathways.
Before joining us, Rachel was a scientist in genetic and molecular toxicology for a global contract research organization. She also worked as an adjunct professor at two community colleges and as a research fellow in vascular biology, pharmacology and cancer biology.
By Rachel Meighan-Mantha 22 Mar 2017
The field of epigenetics is rapidly expanding and as interest continues to grow, epigenetics has become an increasingly promising area for research.
By Rachel Meighan-Mantha 20 Jul 2016
Plenty of excitement has been generated recently in the immuno-oncology sphere by the accelerated approvals in May 2016 by the FDA for Bristol-Myers Squibb’s PD-1 antagonist, nivolumab (Opdivo), in relapsed/refractory classical Hodgkin’s lymphoma and for Genentech’s PD-L1 antagonist, atezolizumab (Tecentriq), in relapsed/refractory, advanced or metastatic urothelial carcinoma.
Rachel Meighan-Mantha 08 Apr 2016
In my previous blog, I reported on my analysis of outcomes and endpoints by disease for the top five Asian cancers. For the final blog in this series.
By Rachel Meighan-Mantha 05 Dec 2015
This report will mainly focus on the theme of Immunologic Treatments because of the importance and popularity of immunotherapies for many different hematological cancers.
By Rachel Meighan-Mantha 31 Aug 2014
According to GLOBOCAN 2012, the top five cancers in all Asian countries for both genders in terms of age-standardized rates of incidence and mortality are: Lung, including both non-small cell and small cell, Stomach (Gastric), Breast, Colorectal and Liver.
Topic Clinical Trials