Maryann Vogelsang, PhD
Director of Strategic Scientific Initiatives
310 228 6400 | maryann.vogelsang@ellison.usc.edu
Maryann is the Director of Strategic Scientific Initiatives at the Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine of USC.  She brings with her over a decade of pre-clinical and clinical proteomics experience and diagnostic test development. Most recently, Maryann led the research operations and assay development teams at NantOmics in Rockville, MD. Prior to NantOmics, Maryann established a CLIA compliant laboratory in Massachusetts that offered both ELISA- and MS-based clinical assays. She has over a decade of experience in protein biomarker discovery and validation, as well as translational medicine utilizing the mass spectrometry platform. Long before that, she was a member of the Trojan family at Center for Applied Molecular Medicine and is happy to be back.

Her role at the Institute is to accelerate the clinical translation of our discoveries through the integration of external corporate, academic and government partners in collaboration with our institute’s research programs. She earned her PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from UCLA. Outside of the office, Maryann enjoys exploring nature and visiting museums with her family. She used to be an avid beach volleyball player and looks forward to introducing her girls to the sport now that they are back in Los Angeles. 

Maryann Vogelsang, PhD
Director of Strategic Scientific Initiatives
310 228 6400
maryann.vogelsang@ellison.usc.edu

Maryann is the Director of Strategic Scientific Initiatives at the Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine of USC. She brings with her over a decade of pre-clinical and clinical proteomics experience and diagnostic test development. Most recently, Maryann led the research operations and assay development teams at NantOmics in Rockville, MD. Prior to NantOmics, Maryann established a CLIA compliant laboratory in Massachusetts that offered both ELISA- and MS-based clinical assays. She has over a decade of experience in protein biomarker discovery and validation, as well as translational medicine utilizing the mass spectrometry platform. Long before that, she was a member of the Trojan family at Center for Applied Molecular Medicine and is happy to be back.

Her role at the Institute is to accelerate the clinical translation of our discoveries through the integration of external corporate, academic and government partners in collaboration with our institute’s research programs. She earned her PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from UCLA. Outside of the office, Maryann enjoys exploring nature and visiting museums with her family. She used to be an avid beach volleyball player and looks forward to introducing her girls to the sport now that they are back in Los Angeles.