Daniel Bockelman supports the Englander Institute for Precision Medicine at Weill Cornell as a research technician for the Specimen Processing platform. Daniel coordinates the intake and processing of patient specimens. He is also responsible for nucleic acid purification for downstream genetic testing to identify mutations associated with cancer. Previously, Daniel worked as a volunteer research assistant for the Affect and Cognition lab at Cornell University, where he implemented a psychology study focused on ethnic differences in visual acuity and facial perception and judgment.
Daniel graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in Human Development with a concentration in Human Neuroscience, as well as minors in Nutritional Sciences and Biological Sciences.