Dr. Sherry Bradford attended undergraduate school at SUNY at Buffalo and was awarded a full tuition scholarship to pursue her PhD graduate degree (Biochemistry) from the University of Buffalo/ Roswell Park Cancer Institute Division of SUNY at Buffalo School of Medical and Biomedical Sciences. During her clinical laboratory vocation, she was solicited by the Chief of Surgery at Millard Fillmore Hospital, Buffalo, NY, to direct the Surgical Research laboratory. There she successfully led the research on the use of human micro vascular umbilical cord endothelium for lining stents. It was while Sherry was at Millard Fillmore Hospital, that she was awarded the “1st Place - Award for Excellence in Research” from the American Federation for Clinical Research In 1997, Dr. Bradford was approached by the Department of Pharmacokinetics, at Millard Fillmore Hospital, to lead their newly formed Pharmacokinetics Oncology Department. As the Principal Investigator, she was charged with the responsibility to develop an in vitro chemo sensitivity test on tumor cells using the flow cytometer. In 2008, Dr Bradford and colleagues form AccuTheranostics and the idea on Oncology Personalized Medicine based on the specific patient’s own biochemical and genetic profile to administer Personalized treatment regimens.Currently, Dr. Bradford sits on the EDITORIAL BOARD of the International Journal of Medical and Health Sciences Research; commence on July 20 2014; and on the EDITORIAL BOARD of Insights in Cancer Research, and has authored and co-authored a number of scientific peer-reviewed manuscripts.She is also a member of many professional organizations including (but not limited to): International Metabolic Cancer Group, AACR, ASCO, and GLIFCA.
Research interest includes human microvascular umbilical cord endothelium and in Pharmacokinetics Oncology