Emma Fong, PhD
Cell Imaging Staff Scientist
emma.fong@ellison.usc.edu
As a Cell Imaging Staff Scientist in the Mumenthaler Lab at the Ellison Institute, Emma is developing an imaging platform to look at metabolic changes in patient-derived colorectal cancer organoids in response to stromal cells and therapies. Emma holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from UC San Diego and a MS and PhD in Chemical & Biochemical Engineering from UC Irvine. Outside of work, Emma enjoys watching movies, cooking and exploring downtown Los Angeles. 
Emma Fong, PhD
Cell Imaging Staff Scientist
 emma.fong@ellison.usc.edu
As a Cell Imaging Staff Scientist in the Mumenthaler Lab at the Ellison Institute, Emma is developing an imaging platform to look at metabolic changes in patient-derived colorectal cancer organoids in response to stromal cells and therapies. Emma holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from UC San Diego and a MS and PhD in Chemical & Biochemical Engineering from UC Irvine. Outside of work, Emma enjoys watching movies, cooking and exploring downtown Los Angeles.