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Sinibaldo Romero Arocha

DPhil student

Sinibaldo is a DPhil student in the laboratory of Dr. Alexander Clarke with a strong interest in immunology and metabolism, focusing on how these systems are affected in patients with psoriasis. As a member of the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program, he is co-supervised by Dr. Michael Sack from the National Institutes of Health and Dr. Laura Coates from the Botnar Institute for Musculoskeletal Sciences. 

Prior to graduate school, Sinibaldo pursued medical training at the University of Minnesota. After completing his DPhil, Sinibaldo will return to the United States to complete his medical degree. He then hopes to pursue residency in a Physician-Scientist Training Program.