Treasurer

Okpasuo, Onyekachi Juliet is a doctoral student in the Molecular Pathogenesis and Therapeutics (MPT) graduate program, School of Medicine. Her research generally focuses on mechanism of T cell co- potentiation by anti-CD3epsilon monovalent fab fragment, downstream signaling network of co-potentiated T cells and potential immune related adverse events of immunotherapies. Originally from Nigeria, Juliet received…

Okpasuo, Onyekachi Juliet is a doctoral student in the Molecular Pathogenesis and Therapeutics (MPT) graduate program, School of Medicine. Her research generally focuses on mechanism of T cell co- potentiation by anti-CD3epsilon monovalent fab fragment, downstream signaling network of co-potentiated T cells and potential immune related adverse events of immunotherapies. Originally from Nigeria, Juliet received her master’s degree in Parasitology and Public health and has a B.Sc. in Zoology and Environmental Biology from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Juliet also served as the Treasurer of the African Graduate and Professional Student Association (AGPSA) in Mizzou. In addition, Juliet is a research assistant in the MPT graduate program