Katherin Patsch, PhD
Staff Scientist
  katherin.patsch@ellison.usc.edu
Katherin received her PhD in Molecular and Cell Biology from Medical University of Innsbruck in Tyrol, Austria, where she studied cell signaling in regenerating muscle. In 2012, she moved to the United States and joined the Ellison Institute as a Staff Scientist in the Ruderman Laboratory. Her research focuses on regulation of androgen receptor in prostate cancer with the ultimate goal of developing a new AR-targeting therapeutic. In her free time, Katherin likes to be outdoors, in particular running local trails and hiking with her family.  
Katherin Patsch
Staff Scientist

katherin.patsch@ellison.usc.edu
Katherin received her PhD in Molecular and Cell Biology from Medical University of Innsbruck in Tyrol, Austria, where she studied cell signaling in regenerating muscle. In 2012, she moved to the United States and joined the Ellison Institute as a Staff Scientist in the Ruderman Laboratory. Her research focuses on regulation of androgen receptor in prostate cancer with the ultimate goal of developing a new AR-targeting therapeutic. In her free time, Katherin likes to be outdoors, in particular running local trails and hiking with her family.