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Eric H. Raabe, MD, PhD

Co-Principal Investigator, Assistant Professor of Oncology

Dr. Eric Raabe is assistant professor of Pediatric Oncology at Johns Hopkins. In addition to caring for pediatric brain tumor patients, Dr. Raabe’s research focuses on translational neuro-oncology, with the overall goal being to develop new therapeutics for poor-prognosis brain tumors. He has significant expertise in stem cell biology, developmental biology and murine xenografting. He has developed normal human neural stem cells for use as genetically accurate gain-of-function models for high-risk brain tumors, including models of high and low grade glioma, medulloblastoma, as well as DIPG. Dr. Raabe’s lab group has provided the preclinical data supporting numerous current or planned national pediatric brain tumor clinical trials in tumors including DIPG, low-grade glioma and medulloblastoma.

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