Dr. Oliver Glass is the Director of Research at Duke Health & Well-Being where he conducts translational research projects aimed to optimize health and wellness in patients. He has diverse research interests ranging from his past studies on breast cancer therapeutics to his current and future studies on the utilization of lifestyle interventions in patients with chronic disease. Dr. Glass’ research has been published in the British Journal of Cancer and his work within exercise-oncology has received global attention both in the fitness and oncology communities.
Dr. Glass is the recipient of the prestigious Duke University Chancellor Scholarship, AACR Aflac Scholar-in-Training award, and the AACR Susan G. Komen Scholar-in-Training award for his work in exercise-oncology. He is an associate member of AACR, a member of the Society of Integrative Oncology, Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health, and Sigma XI.
Dr. Glass attended The Ohio State University as an Honors and Scholar student from 2000-2005 where he earned his B.S. in Molecular Genetics. He received his Ph.D. in 2015 from Duke University in the Department of Pathology where he studied the effects of exercise on tumor biology and cancer progression.
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