Faculty Profile


Joseph Wynne
Section of Hematology / Oncology
Instructor of Medicine (Part-Time)

Academic Interests

Dr. Wynne is a physician-scientist interested in understanding how targeting the unique metabolic requirements of neoplastic cells can make them susceptible to novel therapies. He is currently investigating how targeting the metabolic program controlled by the transcription factor BACH1 can be combined with either conventional or novel therapies to improve treatment of both breast cancer and acute leukemia.
 

Clinical Interests

Acute and chronic leukemias, treatment of adolescents and young adults (AYA) with leukemia.
 

Publications

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Training

  • BS, 2004, Cornell University, Biological and Environmental Engineering
  • PhD, 2011, Sackler Institute, Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • MD, 2013, New York University School of Medicine, Medicine
  • Residency, 2016, University of Chicago, Medicine
  • Fellowship, 2019, University of Chicago, Hematology/Oncology