Erin Spiller, ALM
Research Lab Specialist
erin.spiller@ellison.usc.edu
Erin joined the Ellison Institute in 2015 and has been developing a biobank of 3D samples from colorectal cancer patients. She is also developing an organ-on-a-chip biomemetic model combining multiple patient derived cell types to provide our researchers with a more complex and tunable colorectal cancer model. Erin earned her BS in Biotechnology from Worcester State College and a MS in Biotechnology from Harvard University. Outside of work, Erin loves to read (she always has a book with her), drawing, embroidery, cross stitch and other crafts. 
Erin Spiller, ALM
Research Lab Specialist
 erin.spiller@ellison.usc.edu
Erin joined the Ellison Institute in 2015 and has been developing a biobank of 3D samples from colorectal cancer patients. She is also developing an organ-on-a-chip biomemetic model combining multiple patient derived cell types to provide our researchers with a more complex and tunable colorectal cancer model. Erin earned her BS in Biotechnology from Worcester State College and a MS in Biotechnology from Harvard University. Outside of work, Erin loves to read (she always has a book with her), drawing, embroidery, cross stitch and other crafts.